(Re*mem`o*ra"tion) n. [F. remémoration, or L. rememoratio.] A recalling by the faculty
of memory; remembrance. [Obs. & R.] Bp. Montagu.
(Re*mem"o*ra*tive) a. Tending or serving to remind. [R.]
(Rem"e*nant) n. A remnant. [Obs.]
(Re*mer"cie, Re*mer"cy) (re- mer"sy), v. t. [F. remercier; pref. re- re- + OF. mercier to
thank, from OF. & F. merci. See Mercy.] To thank. [Obs.]
She him remercied as the patron of her life.Spenser.
(Re*merge") v. i. To merge again. "Remerging in the general Soul." Tennyson.
(Re*meve" Re*mewe") (r?-m?"), v. t. & i. To remove. [Obs.] Chaucer.
(Rem"i*form) a. [L. remus oar + -form.] Shaped like an oar.
(||Rem"i*ges) n. pl.; sing. Remex. [L. remex, - igis, an oarsman.] (Zoöl.) The quill feathers
of the wings of a bird.
(Rem"i*grate) v. i. [L. remigrare. See Re-, and Migrate.] To migrate again; to go back; to
(Rem`i*gra"tion) n. Migration back to the place from which one came. Sir M. Hale.
(Re*mind") v. t. To put (one) in mind of something; to bring to the remembrance of; to bring to
the notice or consideration of
When age itself, which will not be defied, shall begin to arrest, seize, and remind us of our mortality.South.
(Re*mind"er) n. One who, or that which, reminds; that which serves to awaken remembrance.
(Re**mind"ful) a. Tending or adapted to remind; careful to remind. Southey.
(Rem`i*nis"cence) n. [F. réminiscence, L. reminiscentia.]
1. The act or power of recalling past experience; the state of being reminiscent; remembrance; memory.
The other part of memory, called reminiscence, which is the retrieving of a thing at present forgot, or
but confusedly remembered.South.
I forgive your want of reminiscence, since it is long since I saw you.Sir W. Scott.
2. That which is remembered, or recalled to mind; a statement or narration of remembered experience; a
recollection; as, pleasing or painful reminiscences.
Syn. Remembrance; recollection. See Memory.
(Rem`i*nis"cen*cy) n. Reminiscence. [Obs.]
(Rem`i*nis"cent) a. [L. reminiscens, -entis, p. pr. of reminisci to recall to mind, to recollect; pref.
re- re + a word akin to mens mind, memini I remember. See Mind.] Recalling to mind, or capable of