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obiit

(ˈɒbɪɪt; ˈəʊbɪɪt)
vb (intr)
he died or she died
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HEAR UNDERNEAD DIS LAITL STEAN LAIS ROBERT EARL OF HUNTINGTUN NEA ARCIR VER AS HIE SAE GEUD AN PIPL KAULD IM ROBIN HEUD SICK UTLAWS AS HI AN IS MEN VIL ENGLAND NIDIR SI AGEN OBIIT 24 KAL.
(24.) "Item obiit Andreas Heusler organista lubensis ao 1646, qui dedit regale, positivum et omnia sua musicalia", cf.
change.org/p/save-robin-hood-s-grave-fromdestruction Grave matter The inscription on the side of the grave reads as follows: Hear Underneath dis laitl Stean Laz robert earl of Huntingtun Ne'er arcir veraz hie sa geud An pipl kauld im robin heud Sick utlawz az hi an iz men Vil england nivr si agen Obiit 24 kal: Dekembris 1247 It roughly translates as: "Here underneath this little stone Lays Robert Earl of Huntingdon.
11: 'languens in quadam infirmitate que dicitur le Agu pre cuius angustia cecidit in frenesim et extraxit cultellum suum et percussit se ipsum in pectore ita quod in crastino inde obiit.'
In both, combinations as in "obiit," and the bottom lobe is rounded and they are used as hyphens when a curves to the left.
Seranus quoque ei suffectus in uinculis misere obiit, post has dua e immensae insulae qua rum altera Porne : altera autem Solol ambitu milliariorum trium millium .
Regarding the date of birth he rejected Moseley's suggestion, based on the baptismal date of John Fletcher of Rye: 'His biographers were led into the error of stating that he was born in 1576 by the information of the inscription on his portrait, prefixed to the folio of 1647,--"Obiit 1625.