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epitaph

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈepɪtɑːf/
words that are written to remember a dead person, usually on the stone where they are buried
надгробная надпись
Remembering people who have diedGravestones and monumentsPoetry
Translations of “epitaph”
in Vietnamese văn bia…
in Spanish epitafio…
in Thai คำจารึกบนหลุมฝังศพ…
in Malaysian tulisan di dibatu nisan…
in French épitaphe…
in German die Grabschrift…
in Chinese (Traditional) 悼文, 悼亡詩, (尤指)墓誌銘…
in Indonesian tulisan nisan…
in Turkish mezar taşı yazısı, yazıt…
in Chinese (Simplified) 悼文, 悼亡诗, (尤指)墓志铭…
in Polish epitafium…
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