plural noun, singular mem·o·rab·i·le [mem-uh-rab-uh-lee] /ˌmɛm əˈræb ə li/.
Origin of memorabilia
Examples from the Web for memorabilia
Contemporary Examples of memorabilia
Had there not been photographs and memorabilia to pore over, dancing would have been the only sensible option.The Cult of Blondie: Debbie Harry’s Very Special New York Picture Show
October 1, 2014
After Fajuri acquired the box last year, he began gathering other memorabilia of the late, great magician.Get a Piece of Houdini Before He Disappears
August 22, 2014
No personal photos or memorabilia cover the walls, as is true of the other worthy soul food places around town.The Heart and Soul (Food) of Orlando
Jane & Michael Stern
June 8, 2014
A memorabilia silent auction along with a portion of the $300 a ticket admission sales will benefit Autism Speaks.Are You Fan Enough for Super Bowl XLVIII?
January 27, 2014
A corner of the store is devoted to Albert Einstein souvenirs and memorabilia.A Walk Through History-Filled Princeton
October 22, 2013
Historical Examples of memorabilia
There's a similar touch of ineptitude (senility, perhaps) in the Memorabilia, ad fin.Cyropaedia
And other memorabilia, which by accident hang about this Lynar.History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. XII. (of XXI.)
We could extend these memorabilia, but have perhaps said enough.
The memorabilia about this time at Ravenshoe, were—The weather was glorious.Ravenshoe
Memorabilia was composed in the Roman Campagna in the winter of 1853-54.The Browning Cyclopdia
pl n singular -rabile (-ˈræbɪlɪ)
Word Origin for memorabilia
"things worth remembering," 1806, from Latin memorabilia "notable achievements," noun use of neuter plural of memorabilis "worthy of being remembered" (see memorable).