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EtymologyEdit

From , the accusative form of ego (I) + -met (-self).

PronounEdit

mēmet

  1. accusative of egomet, meaning "me myself" or "myself"
    Quis te verberavit? - Egomet memet, qui nunc sum domi.
    Who beat you? - I myself beat me myself, I who now am at the house.
  2. ablative of egomet, meaning "with myself" or "in myself"
  3. towards me
    Nec me secus umquam ei facturum quicquam quam memet mihi.
    Or ever act any differently towards him than I would towards my own self.

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