Initials for old wills and documents

a.a.s. - died in the year of his/her age (anno aetitis suae)
AE - An abbreviation for Aetatis, or years of life
d.s.p. - died without issue (decessit sine prole legitima)
d.s.p.l. -died without legitimate issue (decessit sine prole mascula
d.s.p.m.s. -died without surviving male issue (decessit sine prole mascula
d.s.p.s - died without surviving issue (decessit sine prole supersita)
d.unm - died unmarried
d.v.p. - died in the lifetime of his father (decessit vita patris)
d.v.m. - died in the lifetime of his mother (decessit vita matris)
D.Y. - Died young
Et a - l and others (et alia)
H.S. (Latin) - Here is buried
Inst - present month (instans)
Liber - book or volume
Nepos - grandson
Nunc - Nuncapative will, an oral will, written by a witness
Ob - he/she died (obit)
Obit Sine Prole - Died without children
Rel. or Relict - widow or widower (relicta/relictus)
Res. or Residue - widow or widower
Sic - so or thus, exact copy as written
Testes - witnesses
Ult - late (ultimo)
Ux or vs wife (uxor)
Viz - namely (videlicet)