Origin of souvenirFr, origin, originally infinitive , to remember from Classical Latin subvenire, to come to mind: see subvene
The definition of a souvenir is something you keep to remind you of a trip or other event.
A snow globe you bring back from your vacation is an example of a souvenir.
A token of remembrance; a memento.
Origin of souvenirFrench from Old French to recall, memory from Latin subvenīre to come to mind sub- sub- venīre to come ; see gwā- in Indo-European roots.
From French souvenir.
- Some choose to order these as a souvenir or memento for their All My Children fan collection, while others use them as material for a college acting class or other creative endeavor.
- Monterey Bay clothing is the perfect souvenir for yourself, as well as a gift for others, when you are looking for that special way to commemorate your time spent in this beautiful Northern California locale.
- The pass automatically includes parking fees, and offers a 10 percent discount on merchandise at select souvenir shops with a minimum $10 purchase, as well as a 10 to 15 percent dining discount at select restaurants.
- Souvenirs: Cedar Point has a number of gift shops and souvenir stands that sell everything from key chains, pins, clothing, and toys to oversized Cedar Point park maps, roller coaster models, and on-ride photos.
- Each park also offers a selection of rides and other attractions, including motion simulators, children's play areas, and lavish gardens, as well as arcades, souvenir shops, and a variety of dining options.