American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To recall to the mind with effort; think of again: I finally remembered the address.
- v. To recall or become aware of suddenly or spontaneously: Then I remembered that today is your birthday.
- v. To retain in the memory: Remember your appointment.
- v. To keep (someone) in mind as worthy of consideration or recognition.
- v. To reward with a gift or tip.
- v. To give greetings from: Remember me to your family.
- v. Engineering To return to (an original shape or form) after being deformed or altered.
- v. Electronics To carry out (a programmed or preset activity).
- v. Archaic To remind.
- v. To have or use the power of memory.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To bring again to the memory; recall to mind; recollect.
- To hear or keep in mind; have in memory; be capable of recalling when required; preserve unforgotten: as, to remember one's lessons; to remember all the circumstances.
- To be continually thoughtful of; have present to the attention; attend to; bear in mind: opposed to forget.
- To mention.
- To put in mind; remind; reflexively, to remind one's self (to be reminded).
- To keep in mind with gratitude, favor, confidence, affection, respect, or any other feeling or emotion.
- To take notice of and give money or other present to: said of one who has done some actual or nominal service and expects a fee for it.
- Synonyms Remember, Recollect. Remember implies that a thing exists in the memory, not that it is actually present in the thoughts at the moment, but that it recurs without effort. Recollect means that a fact, forgotten or partially lost to memory, is after some effort recalled and present to the mind. Remembrance is the store-house, recollection the act of culling out this article and that from the repository. He remembers everything he hears, and can recollect any statement when called on. The words, however, are often confounded, and we say we cannot remember a thing when we mean we cannot recollect it. See memory.
- To hold something in remembrance; exercise the faculty of memory.
- To return to the memory; come to mind: used impersonally.
- v. To recall from one's memory; to have an image in one's memory.
- v. To memorize; to put something into memory.
- v. To not forget (to do something required)
- v. To convey greetings.
- v. obsolete To put in mind; to remind (also used reflexively)
- v. intransitive To engage in the process of recalling memories.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. To have (a notion or idea) come into the mind again, as previously perceived, known, or felt; to have a renewed apprehension of; to bring to mind again; to think of again; to recollect
- v. To be capable of recalling when required; to keep in mind; to be continually aware or thoughtful of; to preserve fresh in the memory; to attend to; to think of with gratitude, affection, respect, or any other emotion.
- v. obsolete To put in mind; to remind; -- also used reflexively and impersonally.
- v. obsolete To mention.
- v. To recall to the mind of another, as in the friendly messages,
rememberme to him, he wishes to be rememberedto you, etc.
- v. To execise or have the power of memory.
- v. call to remembrance; keep alive the memory of someone or something, as in a ceremony
- v. recapture the past; indulge in memories
- v. mention as by way of greeting or to indicate friendship
- v. keep in mind for attention or consideration
- v. show appreciation to
- v. mention favorably, as in prayer
- v. exercise, or have the power of, memory
- v. recall knowledge from memory; have a recollection
- From Middle English remembren, from Old French remembrer ("to remember"), from Late Latin rememorari ("to remember again"), from re- + memor ("mindful"), from Proto-Indo-European *mer-, *smer- (“to think about, be mindful, remember”). Cognate with Old English mimorian, mymerian ("to remember, commemorate"), Old English māmorian ("to deliberate, plan out, design"). More at mammer. (Wiktionary)
- Middle English remembren, from Old French remembrer, from Latin rememorārī, to remember again : re-, re- + memor, mindful. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“I am the voice of a little girl clutching her expensive beaded purse. and applying glossy chardonnay lipstick over and over because I like the hypnotically soothing way it feels, a rhythym of comfort. a smooth frost over curved hills and I like feeling. trying to remember the sensations I once loved. in the midst of sleep, swimming in the silk fabric of luxurious bedding, sometimes I am startled by the accidental touch of my own hand, brushing against the dipped hollow of my alabaster back, and the softness makes me inhale sharply ~because I remember~ because, I still remember your breath warming my dreams.”
“And I think one of the most important things we need to remember is to be true to ourselves.”
“Thing to remember is to clean and oil them before you put them up, BP is the nastiest stuff around and if you wait till next year you will have the same problem again.”
“One other thing to remember is to keep your bow hand relaxed at the grip.”
“The most important thing to remember is to start slow and make sure he is haveing fun when your making noises.”
“One key thing to remember is to be VERY sure you select the correct partition when doing a fresh install.”
“The only thing you have to remember is to spell your words backwards when you place the letters in the cookie cutter so that they print out the correct way on the cookie dough.”
“The main thing to remember is to be pleasant and don't act like it's a big deal if they ask questions or want to see something.”
“The only thing you need to remember is to be yourself; don't try -- just be.”
“The first thing you have to remember is to buy pumpkin puree - not pumpkin pie filling.”
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