n. That which feels, wills, and thinks; the conscious subject; the ego; the soul.n. The intellect, or cognitive faculty or part of the soul, as distinguished from feeling and volition; intelligence. The old psychologists made intellect and will the only faculties of the soul.n. The field of consciousness; contemplation; thought; opinion.n. Disposition; cast of thought and feeling; inclination; desire.n. Intention; purpose.n. Memory; remembrance: as, to call to mind; to have, to keep, or to bear in mind.n. Mention.n. Courage; spirit.n. Earnest desire; strong inclination.n. To be mad or insane.n. To have a thought; take care.To call to mind; bear in mind; remember; recall.To put in mind; remind.To regard with attention; pay attention to; heed; notice.To have the care of; attend to; specifically, to take or have the oversight of: as, a boy to mind the door.To care for; be concerned about; be affected by.To look out for; be watchful against.To regard with submission; heed the commands of; obey: as, a headstrong child that will mind no oneIn the Roman Catholic Church, to pray for. See a month's mind, under mind, n.To intend; mean; purpose.To remember.To be inclined or disposed; design; intend.To give heed; take note.n. A diadem: a name given to lunettes found in Ireland, commonly supposed to have been used as head-ornaments.