Abundance of something

plethora
(n)
PLE-thǝ-rǝ
Meaning

a large number; a large group

1st Sample Sentence

Her novel's tremendous success inspired a plethora of imitations.

Root

plethein (be full) (Greek)

Mnemonics

PleTHORA~ (Play thoda), but child resist that he will play more and more and more, thus excessive. like if you go home after many days, your mother will insist that you eat more. What she will say is "Pe Le + Thoda Aur Le" ultimately, aisai lene se, it will become an excess at the end. You will be full:)