memory (mèm´e-rê) noun plural memories 1.
The mental faculty of retaining and recalling past experience. 2. The act or an instance of
remembering; recollection: spent the afternoon lost in memory. 3. All that a person can remember:
It hasn't happened in my memory. 4. Something remembered: pleasant childhood memories.
5. The fact of being remembered; remembrance: dedicated to their grandparents' memory. 6. The period of time covered by the remembrance or recollection of a person or group of persons: within the memory of humankind. 7. Biology. Persistent modification of behavior resulting from an animal's experience. 8.
Computer Science. a. A unit of a computer that preserves data for retrieval. b. Capacity for storing information: two million bytes of memory.
9. Statistics. The set of past events affecting a given event in a stochastic process. 10. The capacity of a material, such as plastic or metal, to return to a previous shape after deformation.
[Middle English memorie, from Anglo-French, from Latin memoria, from memor, mindful.]
track _Come As You Are_ "memoria..." by Nirvana off of _Nevermind_ 12"/CDon DGC (1991)