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μνήμ-η , Dor. μνάμα , , (μνάομαι)
A.remembrance, memory of a person or thing, abs. or c. gen., “κακῶν μ. γίνεται οὐδεμίαThgn.798; “οὔτ᾽ ἀγαθῶν μνήμην εἰδότες οὔτε κακῶνId.1114; “τῶν ἐμῶν μνάμα ποκ᾽ ἐσσεῖται πόνωνEpich.254; λείπεσθαι ἀθάνατον μ. (sc. ἑαυτοῦ) Hdt.4.144; “μ. ἔχειν τινόςS.OT1246, OC509, etc.; “τάφου μ. τίθεσθαιE.Ph.1585; οἱ ἄνθρωποι πρὸς ἔπασχον τὴν μ. ἐποιοῦντο made their recollections suit their sufferings, Th.2.54; μνήμην πεποίηκεν has made [him] remembered, Arist.Rh.1414a6: pl., “ἀγήρατοι μνῆμαιLys.2.79; of the dead, μακαρίας μνήμης, θείας μνήμης, IG7.175 (Megara), Just.Nov.43 Praef., etc.; κρατίστης μνήμης Wilcken Chr.26.30 (ii A. D.); “μνήμης ἀρίστηςIG7.2808.6 (Hyettus, iii A. D.).
III. μνήμη βασίλειος the imperial cabinet or archives, τῆς β. μ. προεστώς, = Lat. a memoria, Hdn.4.8.4, cf. D.C.76.14 (prob.).
IV. = μνῆμα, tomb, AJP48.18 (Rome).
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