hic

[ hik ]
/ hɪk /

interjection

(an onomatopoeic word used to imitate or represent a hiccup.)

Definition for hic (2 of 4)

hic et ubique

[ heek et oo-bee-kwe; English hik et yoo-bahy-kwee ]
/ ˈhik ɛt uˈbi kwɛ; English ˈhɪk ɛt yuˈbaɪ kwi /

Latin.

here and everywhere.

Definition for hic (3 of 4)

hic jacet

[ heek yah-ket; English hik jey-set ]
/ ˈhik ˈyɑ kɛt; English ˈhɪk ˈdʒeɪ sɛt /

Latin.

here lies (often used to begin epitaphs on tombstones).

Definition for hic (4 of 4)

hic requiescit in pace

[ heek re-kwee-e-sheet een pah-che ]
/ ˈhik ˈrɛ kwiˈɛ ʃit in ˈpɑ tʃɛ /

Latin.

here rests in peace: a phrase used on tombstones before the name of the deceased.
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British Dictionary definitions for hic (1 of 2)

hic

/ (hɪk) /

interjection

a representation of the sound of a hiccup

British Dictionary definitions for hic (2 of 2)

hic jacet

/ Latin (hɪk ˈjækɛt) /

(on gravestones) here lies
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