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Memento definition is - something that serves to warn or remind; also : souvenir. ... entry in Webster's Third New International Dictionary and the Oxford English ...

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Memento is sometimes spelled momento, perhaps by association with moment. The word is actually related to remember. One of its earliest meanings was ...

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He writes that the photographs 'stand as a "memento mori", presenting an architecture of memory - a recollection of function without utility, of space without time'.

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Borrowed from Latin mementō (“remember”), imperative form of meminī (“I remember”). ... “memento” in Dictionary.com Unabridged , Dictionary.com, LLC, ...

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memento. A memento is a keepsake of something you want to remember. You may keep photographs as a memento of a great family reunion — except for that  ...

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Memento definition: A memento is an object which you keep because it reminds you of a person or a special... | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and ...

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memento meaning, definition, what is memento: a small thing that you keep to remind yo...: Learn more.

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An excellent film about a man who suffers from a condition where he can't make new memories. With a memory that constantly fades, he struggles to discover ...