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It may be used in the accusative and substantively (i.e., as a noun) to mean "better things", "always better", "ever better", or, more fully, "for the pursuit of the better".
It is also the motto of University of Rochester in Rochester, New York. In this context it is the second person singular imperative of the verb meliorare, "to improve (something)," or to "Make it better." Here, pronounced with long o and a vowels, the word forms a complete sentence.
- "What is Meliora". Retrieved 15 December 2012.
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