here lies buried.
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What does "habitué" mean?
Origin of H.J.S.
From the Latin word hīc jacet sepultus
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Example sentences from the Web for hjs
The Hjs from all parts of the Muslim world at length arrive weary and worn at one of these stages.The Faith of Islam|Edward Sell
British Dictionary definitions for hjs
abbreviation for (on gravestones)
hic jacet sepultus
Word Origin for HJS
Latin: here lies buried
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