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  3  definitions  found 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
  Remember  \Re*mem"ber\  (r?-m?m"b?r),  v.  t.  [imp.  &  p.  p. 
  {Remembered}  (-b?rd);  p.  pr  &  vb  n.  {Remembering}.]  [OF. 
  remebrer  L.  rememorari  pref.  re-  re-  +  memorare  to  bring  to 
  remembrance,  from  memor  mindful.  See  {Memory},  and  cf 
  1.  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;  as  I  remember  the  fact  he  remembers 
  the  events  of  his  childhood;  I  cannot  remember  dates. 
  We  are  said  to  remember  anything  when  the  idea  of 
  it  arises  in  the  mind  with  the  consciousness  that  we 
  have  had  this  idea  before  --I.  Watts. 
  2.  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. 
  Remember  the  Sabbath  day  to  keep  it  holy.  --Ex.  xx 
  That  they  may  have  their  wages  duly  paid  'em,  And 
  something  over  to  remember  me  by  --Shak. 
  Remember  what  I  warn  thee;  shun  to  taste.  --Milton. 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
  Remember  \Re*mem"ber\  (r?-m?m"b?r),  v.  i. 
  To  execise  or  have  the  power  of  memory;  as  some  remember 
  better  than  others  --Shak. 
  From  WordNet  r  1.6  [wn]: 
  v  1:  recall  knowledge  from  memory;  have  a  recollection:  "I  can't 
  remember  saying  any  such  thing";  "I  can't  think  what  her 
  last  name  was";  "can  you  remember  her  phone  number?"  "Do 
  you  remember  that  he  once  loved  you?";  "call  up 
  memories"  [syn:  {retrieve},  {recall},  {call  back},  {call 
  up},  {recollect},  {remind},  {think}]  [ant:  {forget}] 
  2:  keep  in  mind  for  attention  or  consideration;  "Remember  the 
  Alamo";  "Remember  to  call  your  mother  every  day!";  "Think 
  of  the  starving  children  in  India!"  [syn:  {think  of}] 
  [ant:  {forget}] 
  3:  recapture  the  past;  indulge  in  memories;  "he  remembered  how 
  he  used  to  pick  flowers"  [syn:  {think  back}] 
  4:  show  appreciation  to  "He  remembered  her  in  his  will"  [syn: 
  5:  mention  favourably,  as  in  prayer;  "remember  me  in  your 
  6:  mention  as  by  way  of  greeting  or  to  indicate  friendship; 
  "Remember  me  to  your  wife"  [syn:  {commend}] 
  7:  exercise,  or  have  the  power  of  memory;  "After  the  shelling, 
  many  people  lost  the  ability  to  remember";  "some  remember 
  better  than  others" 
  8:  call  to  remembrance;  keep  alive  the  memory  of  someone  or 
  something  as  in  a  ceremony;  "We  remembered  the  50th 
  anniversary  of  the  liberation  of  Auschwitz";  "Remember  the 
  dead  of  the  First  World  War"  [syn:  {commemorate}] 

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