remembren etymology

Middle English word remembren comes from Latin memor (Mindful, remembering. That has a good memory.), Latin re-, Italian rememoror, Late Latin rememorārī

Detailed word origin of remembren

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
memor Latin (lat) Mindful, remembering. That has a good memory.
re- Latin (lat) Again; prefix added to various words to indicate an action being done again, or like the other usages indicated above under English.. Back, backwards.
rememoror Italian (ita)
rememorārī Late Latin (LL)
memoror Latin (lat) I am mindful of. I remember.
rememorari Late Latin (LL)
rememoror Latin (lat) I call to mind. I remember again.
rememorare Vulgar Latin (la-vul)
remembrer Old French (fro) (intransitive) to remember. (transitive) to remind.
remembren Middle English (enm) (transitive) to remember.

Words with the same origin as remembren

Descendants of re-
rabeten re- redimer redolent regraten regreten regretten rejecten remedie remewen repairen repellen replien resolven respiracioun respounse retencioun retornen retracten returnen reveue revolven reward reyne