pro memoria

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See also: promemoria

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Borrowed from Latin pro memoria (literally for memory).

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pro memoria (plural pro memorias)

  1. A memory-aid; a reminder or memorandum, especially a book or document serving this purpose.
  2. (diplomacy) a document circulated in a meeting or summit for discussion purposes (also termed a aide-mémoire or a non-paper)

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Noun[edit]

pro memoria m (plural pro memorias)

  1. aide-mémoire

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