mind (v.) Old form(s): minde
intend, have a mind
3H6 IV.i.139[Edward to Hastings and Montague] if you mind to hold your true obedience, / Give me assurance with some friendly vow
3H6 IV.i.64[George to Edward] I shortly mind to leave you
3H6 IV.i.8[George to Richard, of Edward] I mind to tell him plainly what I think
Per II.iv.3[Helicanus to Escanes] the most high gods not minding longer / To withhold the vengeance that they had in store
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