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Noun: mind  mInd
  1. That which is responsible for one's thoughts, feelings, and conscious brain functions; the seat of the faculty of reason
    "his mind wandered";
    - head, brain, loaf [Brit, informal]
  2. Recall or remembrance
    "it came to mind"
  3. An opinion formed by judging something
    "she changed her mind";
    - judgment, judgement, verdict
  4. An important intellectual
    "the great minds of the 17th century";
    - thinker, creative thinker
  5. Attention
    "don't pay him any mind"
  6. Your intention; what you intend to do
    "he had in mind to see his old teacher";
    - idea
  7. Knowledge and intellectual ability
    "he reads to improve his mind";
    - intellect
Verb: mind  mInd
  1. Be offended or bothered by; take offence with, be bothered by
    "I don't mind your behaviour"
  2. Be concerned with or about something or somebody
  3. Be in charge of or deal with
    - take care
  4. Pay close attention to; give heed to
    "mind the advice of the old men";
    - heed, listen
  5. Be on one's guard; be cautious or wary about; be alert to
    - beware
  6. Keep in mind
    - bear in mind

Sounds like: minion, minmind, m

Derived forms: minds, minding, minded

See also: intellectual, nonintellectual, unintellectual

Type of: aim, care, cognition, deal, design, handle, intellect, intellectual, intelligence, intent, intention, knowledge, look out, manage, noesis, notice, obey, object, observance, observation, opinion, persuasion, purpose, recall, recollection, remember, reminiscence, sentiment, think about, think of, thought, view, watch, watch out

Encyclopedia: Mind, Culture, & Activity