God rest her

God rest her
God ˌrest his/her ˈsoul | God ˈrest him/her idiom
(old-fashioned, informal) used to show respect when you are talking about sb who is dead
Main entry:godidiom

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  • God — God1 [ gad ] noun the spirit, BEING, or force that many people believe created and controls the universe, especially the god of the Christian, Jewish, and Muslim religions: Do you believe in God? by God OLD FASHIONED used for emphasizing what you …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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