One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The commemoration of a deceased person by the celebration of a requiem mass, prayers, etc., on a day one year from the date of the death or funeral, or every year on the anniversary of this date.
Late Middle English; earliest use found in The Prymer, or lay folks' prayer book. In some forms (i) from the genitive of year + mind;.
year's mind/ˈjəːz ˈmʌɪnd//ˈjɪəz ˈmʌɪnd/
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