memorative

adjective mem·o·ra·tive \ ˈmeməˌrātiv , ˈmem(ə)rət- \

Definition of memorative

1 archaic :commemorative
2 :relating to the memory
  • powers perfected by experience … estimative and memorative powers
  • —G. P. Klubertanz

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Origin and Etymology of memorative

Middle English memorȧtif, from Middle French, from Late Latin memorativus, from Latin memoratus (past participle of memorare to remind) + -ivus -ive


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