anamnesis

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The mention of the past; quotation of exemplary authors from memory to establish one's authority
The ability to recall past events; recollection
The medical history of a patient
In Liturgy, the commemoration or remembrance of Christ's Passion, Death, and Resurrection; the Eucharist is the anamnesis of the Deliverance from the devil, as the Jewish Passover Lamb was the anamnesis of the Deliverance from Egyptian oppression (Saint Hippolytus)
the ability to recall past occurrences
"memorial" or "remembrance," Greek term used to describe the Eucharist as a commemoration of the Passion, Death and Resurrection/Ascension of Christ (Cf 1 Cor 11: 24-25; Lk 22: 19 )
the case history of a medical patient
(an um NEE sis) (Greek: "remembrance"): The part of the *Qoorbono after the *Words of Institution which recall the saving deeds of the Lord for His people However, far from being mere recollection, this special kind of remembrance invites the worshiper to realize that the Eucharistic Banquet is the sacramental and mysterious participation in the Lord's Last Supper and Death on the Cross, made present again in the *Eucharistic Prayer, through the power of the Holy Spirit
a recalling to mind; reminiscence; in Plato, the recollection of ideas known in a previous stage of existence
A recalling to mind; recollection
{i} case history of a medical or psychiatric patient, history of a disease or illness (Medicine)
anamneses
plural of anamnesis
anamnesis

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    an·am·ne·sis

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    [ "a-"nam-'nE-s&s ] (noun.) circa 1593. New Latin, from Greek anamnEsis, from anamimnEskesthai to remember, from ana- + mimnEskesthai to remember; more at MIND.

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