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In English, the phrase is pronounced /məˈmɛnˌtoʊ ˈmɔːriː/, mə-MEN-toh MOR-ee. Memento is the 2nd person singular future active imperative of meminī 'to remember, to bear in mind', usually serving as a warning: remember! Mori is the present active infinitive of morior, literally "to die".[5] In other words, ‘remember death’ or ‘remember that you will die’.[6]

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