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mem

See also: mem., Mem, MEM, mém, mềm, me·m, מם, and מ

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EtymologyEdit

From Phoenician 𐤌𐤌 (mem, water), from Proto-Semitic *maʾ- (*maʾ-/*may-).

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NounEdit

mem (plural mems)

  1. The thirteenth letter of many Semitic alphabets/abjads (Phoenician, Aramaic, Hebrew, Syriac, Arabic and others).

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CzechEdit

NounEdit

mem m

  1. meme

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EsperantoEdit

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mem

  1. -self, -selves
    • 1998, Henrik Ibsen, trans. Odd Tangerud Puphejmo : Dramo en tri aktoj, [1]
      KROGSTAD. Vere ne? Ŝajnas al mi, ke vi mem ĵus diris —
      KROGSTAD. Truly not? It seems to me, that you yourself just said —

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PronounEdit

mem

  1. itself
    La koloro de la flago mem estis blanka sen surpreso, ruĝa aŭ nigra, blanka ĝenerale signifis la persekutadon, ĉe kiu la viktimo povis kapitulaci.[2]
    The color of the flag itself was white without foreground image, red or black; white generally denoted persecution, at which the victim could surrender.

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mem

  1. even

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RafsiEdit

mem

  1. rafsi of mei.

SwedishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From English meme coined by Richard Dawkins in The Selfish Gene (1976), similar to gene. The book was translated to Swedish by Roland Adlerbeth, Den själviska genen (1983). The Swedish word mem follows the grammar of gen (gene).

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mem c

  1. a meme (unit of cultural information)

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Tocharian AEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Tocharian *meim, a nominal derivative of *mei- ("to measure"). Possibly linked to Proto-Indo-European *mod-ye/o- or *mēdye/o-, derivatives of *med- (to measure, give advice, heal) (whence Latin meditor), or alternatively to *meh₁-ye/o- from *meh₁- (to measure) (whence Latin mētior). Compare Tocharian A maim.

NounEdit

mem

  1. thought, thinking

VolapükEdit

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mem (plural mems)

  1. memory

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West FrisianEdit

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mem c (plural memmen, diminutive memke)

  1. mother