What does Memini mean in Latin

Latin Dictionary - Forum
Meminisse - 1653 views
Lulu23 on 2/23/13 at 9:33 p.m. (citation) I.
How do you use this verb?
What's the name of:

I remember it...
Bibulus on 02/23/13 at 9:53 p.m. (citation)
“Memini” is a so-called verbum defectivum

"Memini" simply means "I remember"
Lulu23 on 02/23/13 at 10:00 p.m. (citation)
So “I remember it” is called id memini

? Then what about when it says I remembered it?
Seneca on 02/23/13 at 10:05 p.m. (citation) III
paeda on 2/24/13 at 10:10 a.m. (citation) I.
I would have liked that in more detail. You yourself too, Lulu?
Maybe someone else has the desire and the competence to present the defective verb in more detail in its use would be great!
Gast1 on 2/24/13 at 10:26 a.m. (citation)
meminisse (just like odisse - hate) forms forms only in the perfect stem, where memini = I remember and odi = I hate.
Correspondingly, the German imperfect for these verbs is reproduced using the Plqp forms (i.e. memineram / oderam); the future tense I is expressed by means of the future tense II (meminero / odero).
The same procedure applies to the subjunctive (e.g. odissem = I would hate)

Other verba defectiva are those that only occur in certain forms, e.g. aio (to say), inquit (he says (e)) or quaeso (I ask).
paeda on 2/24/13 at 11:18 a.m. (citation)
Thank you, guest, for the detailed explanation. Hopefully there aren't too many of these defective verbs! (Where do the defects come from? ;-))

I want to see it this way: Good for memory training: Rules, exceptions and exceptions to the rules and exceptions! ;-))

Have a nice Sunday to you too! (On this occasion, I realize that I've probably never learned the days of the week in Latin!)
Lunae this
Martis this
Mercurii this
Iovis this
Veneris this
Saturni this
Solis this
paeda on 2/24/13 at 7:15 p.m. (citation)
Oh great! It doesn't look that difficult at all.
Thank you, Klaus!

lundi, mardi, mercredi, jeudi (okay, the day of Jupiter became the game day!) Vendredi, samedi (also different), dimanche (completely different, but Sunday in German!)