noun (plural mementos or mementoes)
An object kept as a reminder of a person or event: you can purchase a memento of your visit
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- Therefore examples of mugs, plates and other mementos of this ‘event that never was’ are plentiful and not of great value.
- Before leaving HMS York, Caroline was presented with a signed photograph of the ship and given other mementoes to remind her of her time on board.
- All runners will collect a souvenir memento, with trophies for the first three in each of the categories in the 10 km race.
souvenir, keepsake, reminder, remembrance, token, memorial;
testimonial, trophy, relic, vestige
Late Middle English (denoting a prayer of commemoration): from Latin, literally 'remember!', imperative of meminisse.
Words that rhyme with mementocento, cinquecento, divertimento, lento, pimiento, portamento, Risorgimento, Sacramento, Sorrento, Trento
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