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Synonyms for mnemonic

a device (such as a rhyme or acronym) used to aid recall

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of or relating to or involved the practice of aiding the memory

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Exceptionally, German mnemonic verses and proverbs occur in Twinger's dictionary, plausibly a reflection of actual teaching practice involving a range of Latin and German combinations from literal translation to paraphrase and loose association.
In his "A Legend of St Pachomius" (VII, 203) Jones attempted to explain the origin of the mnemonic verses "Nonae Aprilis" (a versified Easter table).
Mnemonic Verses, created by Elisa Monte, is similarly one-dimensional, albeit with a very different flavor.
Ausonius produced the useful autobiographical Praefatiunculae ("Prefaces"); Eclogae , mnemonic verses on astronomy and astrology; Ordo nobilium urbium ("Order of Noble Cities"); Ludus septem sapientum ("Play of the Seven Sages"), a forerunner of the morality play; and many epigrams.