Momentos



[muh-men-toh, moh-] /məˈmɛn toʊ, moʊ-/

noun, plural momentos, momentoes.
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n.

a misspelling, or perhaps variant, of memento.

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  • Momentously

    [moh-men-tuh s] /moʊˈmɛn təs/ adjective 1. of great or far-reaching importance or consequence: a momentous day. /məʊˈmɛntəs/ adjective 1. of great significance adj. 1650s, from moment + -ous to carry the sense of “important” while momentary kept the meaning “of an instant of time.” Related: Momentously; momentousness.

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    [moh-men-tuh s] /moʊˈmɛn təs/ adjective 1. of great or far-reaching importance or consequence: a momentous day. /məʊˈmɛntəs/ adjective 1. of great significance adj. 1650s, from moment + -ous to carry the sense of “important” while momentary kept the meaning “of an instant of time.” Related: Momentously; momentousness.



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