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Another word for epitaph

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Noun
      1. A short, signed message written in a book, etc. one is presenting as a gift
      2. The usually informal dedication of a book or an artistic work.
      3. A marking, such as the wording on a coin, medal, monument, or seal, that is inscribed.
      1. The act of commemorating
      2. The act of honoring the memory of or serving as a memorial to someone or something.
      3. Something that honors or preserves the memory of another.
      1. The power to remember
      2. The state of being remembered:
      3. The extent of time over which one can remember
      1. An informal diplomatic paper
      2. A written statement of facts or a petition presented to a legislative body or an executive.
      3. Anything made or done in memory of some person or event, as a monument, trust fund, holiday, charitable donation, etc.
      1. A thought, opinion, judgment, or attitude, usually the result of careful consideration, but often colored with emotion
      2. The expression of delicate and sensitive feeling, especially in art and literature.
      3. A thought, view, or attitude, especially one based mainly on emotion instead of reason:
      1. High praise or commendation.
      2. Speech or writing in praise of a person, event, or thing; esp., a formal speech praising a person who has recently died
      3. A laudatory speech or written tribute, especially one praising someone who has died.
      1. A poem or song of lament and praise for the dead, as Shelley's “Adonais”
      2. Any poem, song, etc. in a mournfully contemplative tone
      3. A poem or song composed especially as a lament for a deceased person.
      1. A gift, payment, declaration, or other acknowledgment of gratitude, respect, or admiration:
      2. Evidence attesting to some praiseworthy quality or characteristic:
      3. A payment in money or other valuables made by one ruler or nation to another in acknowledgment of submission or as the price of protection or security.