In the limbe thereof this inscription "hic jacet d'na Emma, &c."
Only on the tomb of Manin could men write truthfully, "hic jacet ultimus Romanorum."
It was the hic jacet of the great Rising that was to have been, and that was to have regenerated Ireland!
The authors of the infamous policy have written their hic jacet against our civilization.
With the following inscription: hic jacet Raherus primus canonicus, et primus prior istius Ecclesi.
hic jacet is literally true, and about the only true thing the majority of tombstones say.
On each brutal brow was plainly written the hic jacet of a soul dead within.
And so on to the next pedestal with its "Hic stet," and the next great stone with its "hic jacet."
On one side, in raised letters in granite, appear the words 'hic jacet nil.'
At the very moment when Paliser was being run through the gizzards, he, turning a page of life, had scrawled on it hic jacet.
Latin, hic iacet, "here lies," commonly the first words of Latin epitaphs; from demonstrative pronomial adjective of place hic "here" + iacet "it lies," from iacere "to lie, rest," related to iacere "to throw" (see jet (v.)).