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EtymologyEdit

From Middle English iminden, imunden, from Old English ġemyndan (to bear in mind, be mindful of), equivalent to y- +‎ mind or a- +‎ mind. More at mind.

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VerbEdit

amind (third-person singular simple present aminds, present participle aminding, simple past and past participle aminded)

  1. (transitive, dialectal) To bear in mind; consider.
    • 1854, Ulster Archaeological Society, Ulster journal of archaeology: Volume 2:
      King William he called his officers, Saying gentlemen amind your station, [...]

AdjectiveEdit

amind (comparative more amind, superlative most amind)

  1. Of a mind; willing; inclined to.

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