(obsolete) To remember.
Other Word Forms of Member
Origin of Member
From Middle English membre, from Old French membre, from Latin membrum (“limb, body part”), from Proto-Indo-European *memso-, *mems-ro (“flesh”). Akin to Gothic * (mimz, “meat, flesh”), Crimean Gothic menus.
Coexists with native Middle English lim, limb (“member, limb, joint”) (from Old English lim (“limb, joint, main branch”)), and displaced Middle English lith (“limb, joint, member”) (from Old English liþ (“limb, member, join, tip”)).
Middle English membre from Old French from Latin membrum
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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