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Memento Mori translates to, "Remember, you must die." The practice has a very long history that crosses cultures, continents, religions, and philosophies: from the ancient philosophers of Greece to Roman generals, Buddhist monks to Islamic Sufis - meditation on death allowed them all to pursue life. Memento Mori is Latin, and translates to: "Remember, you [must] die." The Plague's Mori Animation is the only animation to feature a Killer talking. Along with having different animations, each killers' Mori Animation also differs in how long it lasts.
In Medieval Europe, when plagues abounded, a particular philosophy that took hold asked people to meditate on objects that reminded them of life and death. Memento mori, which translates to “remember that you will die,” may seem morbid to some, but was a discipline that was held in high esteem. Memento Mori — (Latin: remember you will die)–is the ancient practice of reflection on our mortality that goes back to Socrates, who said that the proper practice of philosophy is “about nothing else but dying and being dead.”. In his Meditations—essentially his own private journal— Marcus Aurelius wrote that “You could leave life right now.
メメント・モリ（羅: memento mori ）は、ラテン語で「自分が（いつか）必ず死ぬことを忘れるな」、「死を忘るなかれ」という意味の警句。 芸術作品のモチーフとして広く使われる。
Memento mori literally means "Remember you must die". The early Puritan settlers were particularly aware of death and fearful of what it might mean, so a Puritan tombstone will often display a memento mori intended for the living. These death's-heads or skulls may strike us as ghoulish, but they helped keep the living on the straight and narrow for fear of eternal punishment.
Memento mori (Latin 'remember that you [have to] die') is an artistic or symbolic reminder of the inevitability of death. The expression 'memento mori' developed with the growth of Christianity, which emphasized Heaven, Hell, and salvation of the soul in the afterlife.