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Death or Dying

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Latin language phrases about death and dying.

 

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  • Not All Of Me Will Die

    non omnis moriar
    Not all of me will die.
    (Quintus Horatius Flaccus, a.k.a. Horace, ancient Roman poet)

    Hardness of Death

    rigor mortis
    Hardness of death.

    Bluish Color of Death

    livor mortis
    Bluish color of death.

    I Want to Live and Die with You

    tecum vivere amem, tecum obeam libens
    I want to live, and die with you. (Horace)

    Stop, Traveller

    siste viator
    Stop, traveller (tombstone inscription).

    Buried

    sepultus
    Buried.

    Rest In Peace

    requiescat in pace (R.I.P.) May s/he rest in peace.

    Eternal Rest

    requies aeterna
    Eternal rest.