अनुभूतविषयासंप्रमोषः स्मृतिः ॥११॥
anu-bhūta-viṣaya-asaṁpramoṣaḥ smṛtiḥ ||11||

[RS] 1.11 Recollections are engendered by the past, insofar as the relevant experience has not been eclipsed.

[JW] 1.11 Memory (smrti) is not adding surreptitiously (asampra-mosa) to a once experienced object.

[SS] 1.11 When a mental modification of an object previously experienced and not forgotten comes back to consciousness, that is memory. [p18]

[TD] 1.11 Memory is the mental retention of a conscious experience. [p152]

[EB] 1.11 Memory is the retention of [images of] sense objects that have been experienced. [p43]

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(अनु, anu) = from
(भूत, bhūta) = that which has been experienced; the past
(विषय, viṣaya) = entity; situation; experience
(, a) = not
(सं, saṁ) = fully; completely
(असं, asaṁ) = incomplete
(प्रमोषः, pramoṣaḥ) = rob; remove; eliminate; obscure
(स्मृतिः, smṛtiḥ) = memory; recollections