memorial |məˈmôrēəl|noun • 1. something established to remind people of a significant person or event(s) • [ used as modifier ] intended to commemorate someone or something: a memorial service. •2. a record or chronicle. ORIGIN late Middle English: from late Latin memoriale ‘record, memory, monument,’ from Latin memorials ‘serving as a reminder,’ from memoria ‘memory.’
freedom |ˈfrēdəm|noun • 1. the power or right to act, speak, or think as one chooses without restraint • 2. the state of not being imprisoned or enslaved: the shark thrashed its way to freedom. • 3. the state of being able to move easily: freedom of movement. •4. the power of self-determination; the quality of being independent of fate or necessity. ORIGIN Old English frēodōm
gratitude |ˈgratəˌt(y)o͞od|noun • 1. the quality of being thankful; • 2. readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness: expressed gratitude to the committee for their support. ORIGIN from Old French, or medieval Latin gratitudo, from Latin gratus ‘pleasing, thankful.’Let’s connect on social media.