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Requiescat

noun
1.
A prayer for the repose of the soul of a dead person.






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"Requiescat" Quotes from Famous Books



... nobody could have done it without tears! His share of purgatory will be brief; and in this world, as I could not very well praise him, I have suppressed his name. The Colonel's also, for the sake of his parole. Requiescat. ...
— St Ives • Robert Louis Stevenson

... 'Twere Possible" Alfred Tennyson "Home They Brought Her Warrior Dead" Alfred Tennyson Evelyn Hope Robert Browning Remembrance Emily Bronte Song,"The linnet in the rocky dells" Emily Bronte Song of the Old Love Jean Ingelow Requiescat Matthew Arnold Too Late Dinah Maria Mulock Craik Four Years Dinah Maria Mulock Craik Barbara Alexander Smith Song, "When I am dead, my dearest" Christina Georgina Rossetti Sarrazine's Song to Her Dead Lover Arthur O'Shaughnessy Love and Death ...
— The Home Book of Verse, Vol. 1 (of 4) • Various



Words linked to "Requiescat" :   petition, orison, prayer



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