remember


remember
remember [ri mem′bər]
vt.
[ME remembren < OFr remembrer < LL rememorare < L re-, back, again + memorare, to bring to remembrance < memor, mindful: see MEMORY]
1. to have (an event, thing, person, etc.) come to mind again; think of again [suddenly remembering an appointment]
2. to bring back to mind by an effort; recollect; recall [to try to remember a name]
3. to bear in mind; keep in the memory; be careful not to forget
4. to keep (a person) in mind with some feeling, as of pleasure, gratitude, etc.
5.
a) to keep (a person) in mind for a present, legacy, etc.
b) to give a present or tip to
6. to mention (a person) to another as sending regards or greetings [remember me to your mother]
7. Archaic to remind
vi.
1. to bear something in mind or call something back to mind
2. to have memory or the use of one's memory
rememberer
n.

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