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Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words [1]

A — 1: Μνεία (Strong'S #3417 — Noun Feminine — mneia — mni'-ah )

"remembrance, mention" (akin to mimnesko, "to remind, remember"), is always used in connection with prayer, and translated "mention" in  Romans 1:9;  Ephesians 1:16;  1—Thessalonians 1:2;  Philemon 1:4 , in each of which it is preceded by the verb to make; "rememberance" in  Philippians 1:3;  1—Thessalonians 3:6;  2—Timothy 1:3 . Some mss. have it in  Romans 12:13 , instead of chreiais, "necessities." See Remembrance. Cp. mneme, "memory, remembrance,"   2—Peter 1:15 .

B — 1: Μνημονεύω (Strong'S #3421 — Verb — mnemoneuo — mnay-mon-yoo'-o )

which most usually means "to call to mind, remember," signifies "to make mention of," in  Hebrews 11:22 . See Remember.

King James Dictionary [2]

MEN'TION, n. L. mentio, from Gr. to put in mind L. moneo and mind. A hint a suggestion a brief notice or remark expressed in words or writing used chiefly after make.

Make no mention of other gods.  Joshua 23

I will make mention of thy righteousness.  Psalms 71

Without ceasing I make mention of you always in my prayers.  Romans 1

MEN'TION, To speak to name to utter a brief remark to state a particular fact, or to express it in writing. It is applied to something thrown in or added incidentally in a discourse or writing, and thus differs from the sense of relate, recite, and narrate. I mentioned to him a fact that fell under my own observation. In the course of conversation, that circumstance was mentioned.

I will mention the loving-kindness of the Lord.  Isaiah 63

Webster's Dictionary [3]

(1): ( n.) A speaking or notice of anything, - usually in a brief or cursory manner. Used especially in the phrase to make mention of.

(2): ( v. t.) To make mention of; to speak briefly of; to name.