- souvanna phouma,
- souvanna phouma, prince,
- souvenir sheet,
- sov language,
- sov. un.
Origin of souvenir
Examples from the Web for souvenir
And more than anything, I wanted a souvenir for my father, so I rolled him back, and he had gold teeth.The Story Behind Lee Marvin’s Liberty Valance Smile|Robert Ward|January 3, 2015|DAILY BEAST
After the ceremony, the Greek gave back the ten grand and kept what was left of the dollar for a souvenir.
We stop at a souvenir stand to buy buttons that proclaim I RODE IT!The Stacks: The Inimitable Albert Brooks Caught at the Dawn of His Movie Career|Paul Slansky|April 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He then jokes about the legal risks of keeping the butt as a souvenir for back home.
She lived out her life selling his clothes to souvenir hunters and people like that.
Then, very coaxingly, "Didn't you bring your old Nannie a souvenir from the war?"Four Days|Hetty Hemenway
"Don't you want one of the windows for a souvenir," joked the Southerner.The Boy Scouts of the Air in Indian Land|Gordon Stuart
Here is a love-billet from some simpleton, with a knife as a souvenir; sharpen it on the Arbicos.Under Two Flags|Ouida [Louise de la Ramee]
This volume forms a superb gift-book and souvenir of the Holy Land.
He replied "Absolument pas—je suis ici comme prince italien, frère du roi," declining any sort of Spanish souvenir.Letters of a Diplomat's Wife|Mary King Waddington
Word Origin for souvenir
1775, "a remembrance or memory," from French souvenir (12c.), from Old French noun use of souvenir (v.) "to remember, come to mind," from Latin subvenire "come to mind," from sub- "up" (see sub-) + venire "to come" (see venue). Meaning "token of remembrance, memento" is first recorded 1782.