mimorian

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From Proto-Germanic *mīmrōną (to be mimdful, remember), from Proto-Indo-European *(s)mer- (to remember, be mindful). Akin to Eastern Frisian mīmerje "to ponder, reflect on", Middle Low German mīmeren, mīmern "to ponder, reflect on", Old English mimor "mindful". More at remember, mammer.

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mimorian

  1. to remember, keep in the mind or memory
  2. to commemorate

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