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Oxford dictionary definition of the word epitaph:
a phrase or form of words written in memory of a person who has died, especially as an inscription on a tombstone:
a poignant epitaph to his creative career
something by which a person, time, or event will be remembered:
the story makes a sorry epitaph to a great career
late Middle English: from Old French epitaphe, via Latin from Greek epitaphion ‘funeral oration’, neuter of ephitaphios ‘over or at a tomb’, from epi ‘upon’ + taphos ‘tomb’