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memorabilia

[ mem-er-uh-bil-ee-uh, -bil-yuh ]
/ ˌmɛm ər əˈbɪl i ə, -ˈbɪl yə /
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plural noun, singular mem·o·rab·i·le [mem-uh-rab-uh-lee]. /ˌmɛm əˈræb ə li/.
mementos; souvenirs.
matters or events worthy to be remembered; points worthy of note.
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Origin of memorabilia

1800–10; noun use of Latin memorābilia things to be remembered, neuter plural of memorābilismemorable
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British Dictionary definitions for memorabilia

memorabilia
/ (ˌmɛmərəˈbɪlɪə) /

pl n singular -rabile (-ˈræbɪlɪ)
memorable events or things
objects connected with famous people or events

Word Origin for memorabilia

C17: from Latin, from memorābilis memorable
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