memor-, memen-

(Latin: memory, remember, thought; retaining and recalling past experiences and information; capacity to store information; ability to recall or to recognize previous experiences; recollection; retention)

memorandum opinion (s) (noun), memorandum opinions (pl)
1 A brief opinion of a court that announces the result of a case without any detailed discussion and which is usually unpublished and cannot be cited as a precedent.
2 An opinion of the U.S. Tax Court that is ordered not to be published but which is authoritative as a precedent,
3. An opinion of a judicial court that sets forth the court's views or intended decision in a case but does not constitute a final judgment.
memoria in aeterna
In eternal remembrance.
memoria technica
System of memory.

A mnemonical system or use of mnemonics.

memoria technica
Any mnemonic device or aide-memoire, especially a technical device.
memorial (s) (noun), memorials (pl)
memorialization
memorialize (verb), memorializes; memorialized; memorializing
memorially
memorize (verb), memorizes; memorized; memorizing
memory (RFID)
The amount of data that can be stored on the microchip in an RFID tag.
memory (s) (noun), memories (pl)
memory block
Memory on the microchip in an RFID tag is usually divided into sections, which can be read or written to individually.

Some blocks might be locked, so data can't be overwritten, while others are not.

nanostorage
The lower level of microprogram control memory, in which the nanoinstructions are stored.
odi memorem compotorem
I hate a drinking friend with a memory.

Recognition that we are apt to speak imprudently while under the influence.

RAM memory
Random Access Memory memory

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

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