[mem-non] /ˈmɛm nɒn/
Colossus of, (in ancient Egypt) a colossal statue near Thebes said to produce a musical sound when the rays of the early morning sun struck it.
Classical Mythology. an Ethiopian king slain by Achilles in the Trojan War.
(Greek myth) a king of Ethiopia, son of Eos: slain by Achilles in the Trojan War
a colossal statue of Amenhotep III at Thebes in ancient Egypt, which emitted a sound thought by the Greeks to be the voice of Memnon
[mem-noh-nee-uh] /mɛmˈnoʊ ni ə/ noun 1. an area in the southern hemisphere of Mars, appearing as a light region when viewed telescopically from the earth.
[mem-oh] /ˈmɛm oʊ/ noun, plural memos. 1. . /ˈmɛməʊ; ˈmiːməʊ/ noun (pl) memos 1. short for memorandum n. 1889, shortening of memorandum (q.v.). memorandum
- Memo function
programming (Or “memoised function”) A function that remembers which arguments it has been called with and the result returned and, if called with the same arguments again, returns the result from its memory rather than recalculating it. Memo functions were invented by Professor Donald Michie of Edinburgh University. The idea was further developed by Robin […]
[mem-wahr, -wawr] /ˈmɛm wɑr, -wɔr/ noun 1. a record of events written by a person having intimate knowledge of them and based on personal observation. 2. Usually, memoirs. 3. a biography or biographical sketch. /ˈmɛmwɑː/ noun 1. a biography or historical account, esp one based on personal knowledge 2. an essay or monograph, as on […]