Mneme

In Greek mythology, Mneme i (Μνήμη) was one of the three original (Boeotian) muses, along with her sisters Aoide and Melete before Arche and Thelxinoë were identified, increasing the number to five. Later, the Nine Olympian Muses were named. She was the muse of memory. ...
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Mneme

(Gr. Mneme, memory) Term proposed by Semon (Die Mneme, 1904; Die mnemeschen Empfindungen, 1909) and adopted by B. Russell (Analysis of Mind) to designate the conservation in a living organism of the effects of earlier stimulation. Ordinary memory is interpreted as an instance of mnemic conservation. -- L.W.
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Mneme

[moon] Mneme (iː {respell|NEE|mee}; Greek: Μνήμη), also known as Jupiter XL, is a retrograde irregular satellite of Jupiter. It was discovered by a team of astronomers from the University of Hawaii led by Scott S. Sheppard, et al. in 2003, and was provisionally designated S/2003 J 21. Mneme is about 2 kilometres in diameter, and orbit...
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mneme

1. The enduring quality in the mind that accounts for the facts of memory; the engram of a specific experience. ... Origin: G. Mneme, memory ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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mneme

mneme The capacity which a living substance or organism possesses for retaining after-effects of experience or stimulation undergone by itself or its progenitors.
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mneme

Type: Term Pronunciation: nē′mē Definitions: 1. The enduring quality in the mind that accounts for the facts of memory; the engram of a specific experience.
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