Evoke

NewColl2evoke
ɪˈvəʊk/
verb
verb: evoke; 3rd person present: evokes; past tense: evoked; past participle: evoked; gerund or present participle: evoking
  1. 1.
    bring or recall (a feeling, memory, or image) to the conscious mind.
    “the sight evoked pleasant memories of his childhood”
    synonyms: bring to mind, call to mind, put one in mind of, call up, conjure up,summon up, summon, invoke, give rise to, bring forth, elicit, induce,kindle, stimulate, stir up, awaken, arouse, excite, raise, suggest; More

  2. 2.
    invoke (a spirit or deity).
    “Akasha is evoked in India when a house is being built to ensure its completion”
    synonyms: bring to mind, call to mind, put one in mind of, call up, conjure up,summon up, summon, invoke, give rise to, bring forth, elicit, induce,kindle, stimulate, stir up, awaken, arouse, excite, raise, suggest; More

Origin
early 17th century (in sense 2): from Latin evocare, from e- (variant of ex- ) ‘out of, from’ + vocare ‘to call’.