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Objects that are connected to or remind their owner of past events.
Since 1800-1810, borrowing from Latin memorābilia (“things to be remembered"), the neuter plural of the word memorābilis (“memorable").
Latin memorābilia neuter pl. of memorābilis memorable memorable
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
He left a large collection of personal jottings and memorabilia, most of which remain unpublished.
The memorabilia is currently stored in a wooden chest.
We all know how popular items of sports memorabilia are at fundraising auctions.
He was exceedingly generous to the church and delighted in giving gifts and receiving memorabilia.
There was also a sales table with, on display, an abundance of African memorabilia including an enormous wooden giraffe.
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