Gemynd ( gemynd · noun ) "memory, mind"

Gemynd is a word in the Old English language related to psycholinguistics. It is usually translated as "(noun) memory, mind." The Old English language belongs to the language family known as Indo-European.

Gemynd may be derived from *méntis, which is a reconstructed word from the proto-language called Proto-Indo-European.

Definition of "Gemynd"

Source: An Anglo-Saxon Dictionary: Based on the Manuscript Collections of the Late Joseph Bosworth

S.v., ge-mynd

1.

Mind, memory, memorial, memento, remembrance, commemoration

ge-mynd

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Mind, memory, memorial, memento, remembrance, commemoration

1 ge-mynd

Mind, memory, memorial, memento, remembrance, commemoration

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Definition of 'Gemynd'
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Entry: ge-mynd
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Mind, memory, memorial, memento, remembrance, commemoration

Source: Bosworth, ASD, 419. [View as image]
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ge-mynd on page 419 of An Anglo-Saxon Dictionary: Based on the Manuscript Collections of the Late Joseph Bosworth
Definition of 'Gemynd'
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Citation

MLA 8

PsychLing Contributors. "Gemynd." PsychLing, OMNIKA Foundation, 7 Sep. 2023, psylng.org/mli/indo/ang/gemynd. Accessed 29 May. 2024.

APA 6

PsychLing (2023, September 7). Gemynd. Retrieved from https://psylng.org/mli/indo/ang/gemynd

CMS 16

PsychLing Contributors. "Gemynd." Las Vegas, NV: OMNIKA Foundation. Created September 7, 2023. Modified September 8, 2023. Accessed May 29, 2024. https://psylng.org/mli/indo/ang/gemynd.

Bibliography

ASD

Bosworth, Joseph, and Thomas Northcote Toller, ed. An Anglo-Saxon Dictionary: Based on the Manuscript Collections of the Late Joseph Bosworth. Oxford, England: Clarendon Press, 1898.

WM

Internet Archive Contributors. "Wayback Machine." San Francisco, CA: Internet Archive. Created October 24, 2001. Accessed July 21, 2023. https://web.archive.org. [Visit]

EDPG

Kroonen, Guus. Etymological Dictionary of Proto-Germanic.Leiden, Netherlands: Brill, 2013.

LRC

LRC Contributors. "Linguistics Research Center." Austin, TX: University of Texas, Austin: College of Liberal Arts. Accessed September 7, 2023. https://lrc.la.utexas.edu. [Visit]

OI PIE

Mallory, James P., and Douglas Q. Adams. The Oxford Introduction to Proto-Indo-European and the Proto-Indo-European World. Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press, 2006.

BTO

Toller, Thomas Northcote, Christ Sean, and Ondřej Tichy, eds. An Anglo-Saxon Dictionary Online. Prague, Czech Republic: Faculty of Arts, Charles University. Created 2014. Accessed September 7, 2023. https://bosworthtoller.com. [Visit]

Wiktionary

Wales, Jimmy D., et al. "Wiktionary: The Free Dictionary." San Francisco, CA: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. Created December 12, 2002. Accessed July 28, 2023. https://wiktionary.org. [Visit]

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