Ep`i*taph"i*al\, Epitaphian \Ep`i*taph"i*an\, a. Relating to, or of the nature of, an epitaph.

The noble Pericles in his epitaphian speech. --Milton.

Epitaphial Latin verses are not to be taken too literally. --Lowell.
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