mne-, mnem-, mnemon-, mnes-, -mnesia, -mnesiac, -mnesic, -mnestic

(Greek: memory, to remember; recollection of something or someone; awareness, consciousness of the present and the past)

mnemic
Pertaining to, of the nature of, or involving mneme.
mnemon
A unit of memory.
mnemonic (s) (noun), mnemonics (pl)
1. Anything that is intended to help a person, or people, remember something.
2. The practice of aiding in remembering something.
mnemonic device (s) (noun), mnemonic devices (pl)
A short rhyme, phrase, or other mental technique for making information easier to memorize.
mnemonic technique (s) (noun), mnemonic techniques
The art of refreshing, improving, assisting, or developing the memory, especially by artificial aids; a system of precepts and rules intended to aid or improve the memory.

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mnemonicon
A device to aid the memory.
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mnemonist
1. One versed in the science of mnemonics; one who teaches how to train and improve the memory, or practices the art of memory.
2. A professional entertainer who practises recollection.
mnemonize
To express by a mnemonic formula.
mnemophobia
An unreasonable apprehension, or abnormal fear, of memories.
Mnemosyne (nee MAHS uh nee)
1. A Titaness, from which we have words meaning "memory," and "mnemonic".
2. The ancient Greek goddess of memory, a daughter of Uranus and Gaea and the mother by Zeus of the Muses.

In Hesiod's Theogony, kings and poets receive their powers of authoritative speech from their possession of Mnemosyne and their special relationship with the Muses. Zeus lay with Mnemosyne for nine consecutive nights and thereby created the nine muses.

mnemotaxis, mnemotactic
A directed response of a motile (moving) organism to a memory stimulus.
mnemotechny, mnemotechnic
The art of memory, theoretical and practical; or an artificial method of improving the memory.
neomnesia
Having a good memory for events of the recent past.
paleomnesia
Having a good memory for events of the distant past.

Etymologically related "forget, forgetfulness" word families: aletho-; letho-; oblivio-.

Related "memory, remembering" word families: memor-; reminisc-.