Keepsake (noun)

  1. An object kept as a memento or reminder of a person, event, or place.
  2. A trinket or ornament kept as a reminder of a special occasion or person.

Origin:

From the phrase "to keep a sake", meaning to keep something for the sake of keeping it as a reminder.

Examples:

  1. The locket was a keepsake from her grandmother.
  2. I've kept all the ticket stubs as keepsakes from our trip.
  3. The small figurine was a keepsake from her childhood.
  4. The engagement ring was a keepsake from her husband.
  5. The old photo album was a keepsake from her ancestors.
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