- memorandum of understanding,
- memoria technica,
- memorial day,
- memorial park,
Origin of memorial
Examples from the Web for memorial
And if you want proof of what the country is really all about, just walk through the National September 11 Memorial Museum.
Will and Kate will start with a visit to the 9/11 Memorial downtown, and end with a monster fundraiser at the Met.When Your Royalty Met Ours: Kate Meets Bey Courtside|Tom Sykes|December 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The memorial service is one thing England still knows how to do far better than any other nation.Churchill’s Secret Treasures for Sale: A British PM’s Life on the Auction Block|Tom Teodorczuk|December 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A memorial service will be held in Latina Friday, November 28th, 2014.Days of Mafia Mayhem Are Wracking Italy Once Again|Barbie Latza Nadeau|November 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Down below, the cops had closed off the two memorial pools that mark the footprints of the towers that once stood there.
He thought that no objection had been offered of any force to prevent the commitment of the memorial.Abridgment of the Debates of Congress, from 1789 to 1856, Vol. I (of 16)|Thomas Hart Benton
For a memorial to Gordon, $500,000 was enthusiastically raised in England.
"There is the token that I was a lawful wife; and there, also, a memorial that I was a—" She paused.
Sometime afterwards she thought of putting up a memorial to him on the little ranch where he had hoped to spend many happy years.The Life of Mrs. Robert Louis Stevenson|Nellie van De Grift Sanchez
But the real author of the memorial is believed to have been Kido, the brain of the Restoration.The Constitutional Development of Japan 1863-1881|Toyokichi Iyenaga
Word Origin for memorial
late 14c., "memorable, excellent; remembered, committed to memory," from Old French memorial "mindful of, remembering," from Latin memorialis (adj.) "of or belonging to memory," from memoria "memory" (see memory).
late 14c., "fame, renown, reputation," also "commemorative gesture, monument, or rite;" in general, "something by which the memory of a person, thing, or event is preserved," from Old French memorial "record, report," and directly from Late Latin memoriale "a memorial," noun use of neuter of Latin memorialis (adj.) "of or belonging to memory," from memoria "memory" (see memory). Meaning "memorial act, commemoration" is from mid-15c.