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Origin of mneme
OTHER WORDS FROM mnememne·mic [nee-mik], /ˈni mɪk/, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for mneme
The mnemic laws established by Semon give a much better explanation of the facts.
Accordingly your recollection is an instance of what we are calling "mnemic phenomena."
We have seen that they may all be connected with the fundamental principle of mnemic engraphia, aided by natural selection.
Thus all our habitual knowledge consists of acquired habits, and comes under the head of mnemic phenomena.
For it is in the seed that these factors must be, whether they be mnemic or physical.Science and Morals and Other Essays|Bertram Coghill Alan Windle