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Explanation: That's word by word. Usualy in Hebrew we say "LEZICHRO SHEL" which means "in memory of".
Also - most common is "ZICHRONO LEVRACHA" - "in his blessed memory". and this is probably the best way to use the hebrew term. Usually, when using this term, you write it abbreviated: Z"L (using the letters "Zayin" & "Lamed")