Most characteristic words for ‘dying’ in obituaries, by U.S. state

Most characteristic words for 'dying' in obituaries, by US state

Most characteristic words for ‘dying’:
‘Died’ – Idaho, Iowa, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nebraska, North Dakota, New Hampshire, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Vermont
‘Entered eternal rest’ – Georgia, Connecticut, Kansas, Lousiana, New Mexico, New York, South Carolina, Texas
‘Departed’ – Alabama, Delaware, Maryland, Missouri, New Jersey, Virginia
‘Succumbed’ – Alaska, Arizona, California, Oregon, Rhode Island
‘Left this world’ – Colorado, Oklahoma, Washington, Wyoming
‘Lost his/her battle’ – Maine, Nevada
‘Passed away’ – Florida, Illinois, Indiana
‘Went home’ – North Carolina, Ohio, Tennessee, West Virginia
‘Was called home’ – Michigan, Wisconsin
‘Went to be with his/her/the lord’ – Arkansas, Illinois
‘Slipped away’ – Hawai, Utah

 

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