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com-mĕmĭni (conm- ), isse,
I.v. defect., to recollect a thing in all its particulars, to remember (in Plaut. several times; elsewh. rare).
(γ). With rel.-clause, Plaut. Truc. 4, 3, 4.—
II. In speech, to recall to mind, mention (late Lat.): “Plato complurium Socratis sectatorum in sermonibus, quos scripsit, commeminit,Gell. 14, 3, 2.
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