Definitions for methinksmɪˈθɪŋks; mɪˈθɔt
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It seems to me.
Origin: From me (object pronoun = "to me") + think#Etymology 2 (from þyncan). In Early Modern English, used at least 150 times by William Shakespeare; in Middle English by Geoffrey Chaucer, me thinketh; and in Old English by Alfred the Great, .
it seems to me; I think. See Me
Origin: [AS. yncan to seem, m ynce, m hte, OE. me thinketh, me thoughte; akin to G. dnken to seem, denken to think, and E. think. See Me, and Think.]
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