MEME is an answer for the NYT Crossword puzzle. Here you can get the history and usage for MEME in NYT Crossword from 1994.

This "MEME" answer was first appeared in "20 Jan 2000" NYT Crossword for the hint of "Same, by the Seine". It was authored by Jeremy Thomas Paine. Recently, the "MEME" answer has been used for "13 Nov 2023" NYT Crossword for the hint of "1996’s “Dancing Baby” might have been the first one to go viral". It was authored by Benjamin Fink. "MEME" appeared 49 times in Shortz Era puzzles. So lets take a look for clue and answer history of "MEME" word.

Date Grid Clue Author
13 Nov 2023 3D 1996’s “Dancing Baby” might have been the first one to go viral Benjamin Fink
7 Oct 2023 11D ___ stock (speculative investment) Alex Vratsanos
9 Aug 2023 58D Internet ___ Caryn Robbins and Matthew Stock
26 May 2023 56A Viral phenomenon Hemant Mehta
16 Mar 2023 1A What Do You ___? (popular modern party game) Rebecca Goldstein
8 Mar 2023 66A Phenomenon that may be dank or trending Miranda Kany
24 Dec 2022 28A Constantly evolving social phenomenon Trenton Charlson
31 Oct 2022 1A Viral internet joke, like “Grumpy Cat” Emily Carroll
5 Oct 2022 10A Many a viral tweet Jason Reich
3 Aug 2022 10D Something shared a lot online Daniel Bodily
10 Feb 2022 18A Online fad August Miller
24 Dec 2021 15A Something that gets passed around a lot Evan Kalish
27 Dec 2020 99A Evil Kermit or Grumpy Cat Daniel Grinberg
27 Sep 2020 76A Consuming Tide Pods, once, inexplicably Alex Eaton-Salners
18 Aug 2020 55D Grumpy Cat or Doge, e.g. Olivia Mitra Framke
4 Jun 2020 38A Low-effort internet joke Barbara Lin
12 May 2020 55D Something frequently reposted Tom Pepper and Zhouqin Burnikel
14 Feb 2020 36D Social media phenomenon Daniel Larsen
23 Dec 2019 1D Joke that goes viral on the internet Timothy Polin
24 May 2019 22D Rickrolling or the Dancing Baby, e.g. Stanley Newman
29 Dec 2018 50D One gets shared a lot Robyn Weintraub
25 Dec 2018 53D Something that goes viral Bruce Haight
11 Nov 2018 72D Internet sensation Eric Berlin
4 Nov 2018 48A 2018’s debate over “Yanny or Laurel,” e.g. Patrick Berry
23 Jul 2018 10D Idea that spreads popularly and widely Todd Gross
7 Jun 2018 64A Much-reshared post on social media Bruce Haight
1 May 2017 12D Bit of viral web content Ed Sessa
4 Jun 2016 56D Ice Bucket Challenge, e.g. Byron Walden and Brad Wilber
26 Aug 2015 32D Passing web fancy Ian Livengood
3 Jul 2015 46A Many a Facebook repost Brandon Hensley
17 Apr 2015 58A Repeatedly reposted item Mary Lou Guizzo
31 Mar 2015 40D Something trending online Gary Cee
20 Dec 2014 47A Lolcats, e.g. Kevin G. Der and Ian Livengood
6 Dec 2014 13D Twitter trending topic, maybe Josh Knapp
16 Nov 2014 38A Piano-playing cat, once Andrew J. Ries
6 May 2013 18A Viral phenomenon Joel Fagliano
16 Oct 2012 4D Idea that may spread via the Internet Bill Thompson
18 Jan 2012 45A Viral phenomenon on the Web Chris Handman
8 Jan 2011 44A Internet ___ Will Nediger
20 Oct 2010 64A Internet ___ (viral phenomenon) Finn Vigeland
26 Sep 2010 118A Same: Fr. Pamela Amick Klawitter
13 Jan 2010 50A Unit of cultural information Kevan Choset
14 Jun 2009 20A Repetitive cry while waving a hand Brendan Emmett Quigley
16 Oct 2007 7D Hand-waver’s cry Michael Kaplan
29 Oct 2006 61D Attention-getting cry Elizabeth C. Gorski
11 May 2005 11D Same: Fr. Kumar Balani and Lou Sabin
17 Aug 2003 102A Repeated cry while waving a hand Elizabeth C. Gorski
3 Oct 2002 46A Same: Fr. Susan Harrington Smith
20 Jan 2000 34A Same, by the Seine Jeremy Thomas Paine

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