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Commemorable
Commemorable Com*mem"o*ra"ble, a. [L. commemorabilis.] Worthy to be commemorated.
Commemoration
Commemoration Com*mem`o*ra"tion, n. [L. commemoratio.] 1. The act of commemorating; an observance or celebration designed to honor the memory of some person or event. This sacrament was designed to be a standing commemoration of the death and passion of our Lord. --Abp. Tillotson. The commonwealth which . . . chooses the most flagrant act of murderous regicide treason for a feast of eternal commemoration. --Burke. 2. Whatever serves the purpose of commemorating; a memorial. Commemoration day, at the University of Oxford, Eng., an annual observance or ceremony in honor of the benefactors of the University, at which time honorary degrees are conferred.
Commemoration day
Commemoration Com*mem`o*ra"tion, n. [L. commemoratio.] 1. The act of commemorating; an observance or celebration designed to honor the memory of some person or event. This sacrament was designed to be a standing commemoration of the death and passion of our Lord. --Abp. Tillotson. The commonwealth which . . . chooses the most flagrant act of murderous regicide treason for a feast of eternal commemoration. --Burke. 2. Whatever serves the purpose of commemorating; a memorial. Commemoration day, at the University of Oxford, Eng., an annual observance or ceremony in honor of the benefactors of the University, at which time honorary degrees are conferred.
Commemorator
Commemorator Com*mem"o*ra`tor, n. [L.] One who commemorates.
Commemoratory
Commemoratory Com*mem"o*ra*to*ry, a. Serving to commemorate; commemorative. --Bp. Hooper.
Immemorially
Immemorially Im`me*mo"ri*al*ly, adv. Beyond memory. --Bentley.
Memorabilia
Memorabilia Mem`o*ra*bil"i*a, n. pl. [L., fr. memorabilis memorable. See Memorable.] Things remarkable and worthy of remembrance or record; also, the record of them.
Memorability
Memorability Mem`o*ra*bil"i*ty, n. The quality or state of being memorable.
Memorable
Memorable Mem"o*ra*ble, a. [L. memorabilis, fr. memorare to bring to remembrance, fr. memor mindful, remembering. See Memory, and cf. Memorabilia.] Worthy to be remembered; very important or remarkable. -- Mem"o*ra*ble*ness, n. -- Mem"o*ra*bly, adv. Surviving fame to gain, Buy tombs, by books, by memorable deeds. --Sir J. Davies.
Memorableness
Memorable Mem"o*ra*ble, a. [L. memorabilis, fr. memorare to bring to remembrance, fr. memor mindful, remembering. See Memory, and cf. Memorabilia.] Worthy to be remembered; very important or remarkable. -- Mem"o*ra*ble*ness, n. -- Mem"o*ra*bly, adv. Surviving fame to gain, Buy tombs, by books, by memorable deeds. --Sir J. Davies.
Memorably
Memorable Mem"o*ra*ble, a. [L. memorabilis, fr. memorare to bring to remembrance, fr. memor mindful, remembering. See Memory, and cf. Memorabilia.] Worthy to be remembered; very important or remarkable. -- Mem"o*ra*ble*ness, n. -- Mem"o*ra*bly, adv. Surviving fame to gain, Buy tombs, by books, by memorable deeds. --Sir J. Davies.
Memoranda
Memorandum Mem`o*ran"dum, n.; pl. E. Memorandums, L. Memoranda. [L., something to be remembered, neut. of memorandus, fut. pass. p. of memorare. See Memorable.] 1. A record of something which it is desired to remember; a note to help the memory. I . . . entered a memorandum in my pocketbook. --Guardian. I wish you would, as opportunity offers, make memorandums of the regulations of the academies. --Sir J. Reynolds. 2. (Law) A brief or informal note in writing of some transaction, or an outline of an intended instrument; an instrument drawn up in a brief and compendious form. Memorandum check, a check given as an acknowledgment of indebtedness, but with the understanding that it will not be presented at bank unless the maker fails to take it up on the day the debt becomes due. It usually has Mem. written on its face.
Memorandum
Memorandum Mem`o*ran"dum, n.; pl. E. Memorandums, L. Memoranda. [L., something to be remembered, neut. of memorandus, fut. pass. p. of memorare. See Memorable.] 1. A record of something which it is desired to remember; a note to help the memory. I . . . entered a memorandum in my pocketbook. --Guardian. I wish you would, as opportunity offers, make memorandums of the regulations of the academies. --Sir J. Reynolds. 2. (Law) A brief or informal note in writing of some transaction, or an outline of an intended instrument; an instrument drawn up in a brief and compendious form. Memorandum check, a check given as an acknowledgment of indebtedness, but with the understanding that it will not be presented at bank unless the maker fails to take it up on the day the debt becomes due. It usually has Mem. written on its face.
Memorandum check
Memorandum Mem`o*ran"dum, n.; pl. E. Memorandums, L. Memoranda. [L., something to be remembered, neut. of memorandus, fut. pass. p. of memorare. See Memorable.] 1. A record of something which it is desired to remember; a note to help the memory. I . . . entered a memorandum in my pocketbook. --Guardian. I wish you would, as opportunity offers, make memorandums of the regulations of the academies. --Sir J. Reynolds. 2. (Law) A brief or informal note in writing of some transaction, or an outline of an intended instrument; an instrument drawn up in a brief and compendious form. Memorandum check, a check given as an acknowledgment of indebtedness, but with the understanding that it will not be presented at bank unless the maker fails to take it up on the day the debt becomes due. It usually has Mem. written on its face.
Memorandums
Memorandum Mem`o*ran"dum, n.; pl. E. Memorandums, L. Memoranda. [L., something to be remembered, neut. of memorandus, fut. pass. p. of memorare. See Memorable.] 1. A record of something which it is desired to remember; a note to help the memory. I . . . entered a memorandum in my pocketbook. --Guardian. I wish you would, as opportunity offers, make memorandums of the regulations of the academies. --Sir J. Reynolds. 2. (Law) A brief or informal note in writing of some transaction, or an outline of an intended instrument; an instrument drawn up in a brief and compendious form. Memorandum check, a check given as an acknowledgment of indebtedness, but with the understanding that it will not be presented at bank unless the maker fails to take it up on the day the debt becomes due. It usually has Mem. written on its face.
Memorate
Memorate Mem"o*rate, v. t. [L. memoratus, p. p. of memorare. See Memorable.] To commemorate. [Obs.]
Memoria
Memoria Me*mo"ri*a, n. [L.] Memory. Memoria technica, technical memory; a contrivance for aiding the memory.
Memoria technica
Memoria Me*mo"ri*a, n. [L.] Memory. Memoria technica, technical memory; a contrivance for aiding the memory.
Memorial Day
Memorial Day Me*mo"ri*al Day A day, May 30, appointed for commemorating, by decorating their graves with flowers, by patriotic exercises, etc., the dead soldiers and sailors who served the Civil War (1861-65) in the United States; Decoration Day. It is a legal holiday in most of the States. In the Southern States, the Confederate Memorial Day is: May 30 in Virginia; April 26 in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, and Mississippi; May 10 in North Carolina and South Carolina; the second Friday in May in Tennessee; June 3 in Louisiana. [U. S.]
Memorial rose
Memorial rose Memorial rose A Japanese evergreen rose (Rosa wichuraiana) with creeping branches, shining leaves, and single white flowers. It is often planted in cemeteries.
Memorialize
Memorialize Me*mo"ri*al*ize, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Memorialized; p. pr. & vb. n. Memorializing.] To address or petition by a memorial; to present a memorial to; as, to memorialize the legislature. --T. Hook.
Memorialized
Memorialize Me*mo"ri*al*ize, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Memorialized; p. pr. & vb. n. Memorializing.] To address or petition by a memorial; to present a memorial to; as, to memorialize the legislature. --T. Hook.
Memorializer
Memorializer Me*mo"ri*al*i`zer, n. One who petitions by a memorial. --T. Hook.
Memorializing
Memorialize Me*mo"ri*al*ize, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Memorialized; p. pr. & vb. n. Memorializing.] To address or petition by a memorial; to present a memorial to; as, to memorialize the legislature. --T. Hook.
Memorist
Memorist Mem"o*rist, n. [See Memorize.] One who, or that which, causes to be remembered. [Obs.]
Memoriter
Memoriter Me*mor"i*ter, adv. [L., fr. memor mindful. See Memorable.] By, or from, memory.
Memorize
Memorize Mem"o*rize, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Memorized; p. pr. & vb. n. Memorizing.] [See Memory.] 1. To cause to be remembered; hence, to record. [Obs.] They neglect to memorize their conquest. --Spenser. They meant to . . . memorize another Golgotha. --Shak. 2. To commit to memory; to learn by heart.
Memorized
Memorize Mem"o*rize, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Memorized; p. pr. & vb. n. Memorizing.] [See Memory.] 1. To cause to be remembered; hence, to record. [Obs.] They neglect to memorize their conquest. --Spenser. They meant to . . . memorize another Golgotha. --Shak. 2. To commit to memory; to learn by heart.
Memorizing
Memorize Mem"o*rize, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Memorized; p. pr. & vb. n. Memorizing.] [See Memory.] 1. To cause to be remembered; hence, to record. [Obs.] They neglect to memorize their conquest. --Spenser. They meant to . . . memorize another Golgotha. --Shak. 2. To commit to memory; to learn by heart.
Rememorate
Rememorate Re*mem"o*rate (-?-r?t), v. i. [L. rememoratus, p. p. of rememorari. See Remember.] To recall something by means of memory; to remember. [Obs.] --Bryskett.

Meaning of Memor from wikipedia

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- Memor (died c. 262) was a Roman usurper against Emperor Gallienus. Memor was a Northern African Roman official, responsible for the Egyptian grain supply...
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