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