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intellect

 [in´tĕ-lekt]
the mind, thinking faculty, or understanding.

intellect

/in·tel·lect/ (in´tĭ-lekt) the mind, thinking faculty, or understanding.

intellect

[in′təlekt]
Etymology: L, intellectus, perception
1 the power and ability of the mind for knowing and understanding, as contrasted with feeling or with willing.
2 a person possessing a great capacity for thought and knowledge. intellectual, adj., n.

intellect

the mind, thinking faculty, or understanding. Not a highly developed function in animals.