Spell: Part 2
Since the first part of this spell was about remembrance as a tool for creating boundaries, the spell's word is
*The picture is of Mnemosyne, the ancient world's personification of memory, as portrayed by Rosetti.
This looks like an easy one, doesn't it?
- Re = "back"/"again"
- Member = "a part of an organized whole; literally a limb"
And with dis = "apart" and dismember as an apparent opposite, meaning "to break down into constituent parts," we can tell a fine story of how "remember" is a process of putting things back together, taking the separated parts and putting them back together, how all parts of a memory are essential constituents.
It's a great story, and I think it can be a valid story, but it's not the actual etymology of "remember."