wit (n.) 5
mind, brain, thoughts
1H6 I.ii.73 [Pucelle to Dauphin] I am by birth a shepherd's daughter, / My wit untrained in any kind of art
1H6 III.iii.12 [Bastard to Pucelle] Search out thy wit for secret policies
CE II.ii.38 [Dromio of Syracuse to Antipholus of Syracuse] I must get a sconce for my head, and ensconce it too, or else I shall seek my wit in my shoulders
Ham I.v.43 [Ghost to Hamlet, of Claudius' actions] With witchcraft of his wit, with traitorous gifts
KJ III.iv.102 [Constance to King Philip, of her tidied hair] I will not keep this form upon my head / When there is such disorder in my wit
KL III.ii.74 [Fool singing] He that has and a little tiny wit ... / Must make content with his fortunes fit
Luc 1299 [] What wit sets down is blotted straight with will
MM IV.i.62 [disguised Duke alone, of place and greatness] thousand escapes of wit / Make thee the father of their idle dream
TG I.i.2 [Valentine to Proteus] Home-keeping youth have ever homely wits