noun, plural memento mori for 2.
Origin of memento mori
Definition for mori (2 of 2)
dulce et decorum est pro patria mori
Examples from the Web for mori
Mori sued the publisher of the magazine for defamation but dropped the lawsuit in November of 2011.
In her show, Mori simulates the Jōmon ancient stone formations, as a way connecting to their sense of balance and harmony.
Mori, on the other hand, is struggling to make Israel better.
Dear Yoav, My name is Jesse Rothman, and Mori is my older brother.
To be sure, I am not condemning individuals like yourself or like your comrades, and certainly Mori isn't.
As Reid speaks, another shell strikes their ancient antagonist, the Mori Bastion, towards which he is pointing.The Disputed V.C.|Frederick P. Gibbon
Witness a few taken from Virginia families of English descent: Malo mori quam fdari.The Mother of Washington and Her Times|Sara Agnes Rice Pryor
Mr. Mori is stated to have been “well known as one of the first violin performers of the present day.”Norfolk Annals|Charles Mackie
The most vulnerable part of the wall lay between the Water gate and the Mori bastion.Barclay of the Guides|Herbert Strang
"Vedi Napoli e po' mori," says the proverb, and no wonder that it has received so many illustrations from the English.A Guide to the Mount's Bay and the Land's End|John Ayrton Paris
British Dictionary definitions for mori (1 of 2)
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British Dictionary definitions for mori (2 of 2)
Word Origin for memento mori
Word Origin and History for mori
"reminder of death," 1590s, Latin, literally "remember that you must die."