Definitions for Mental
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word Mental.
involving the mind or an intellectual process
"mental images of happy times"; "mental calculations"; "in a terrible mental state"; "mental suffering"; "free from mental defects"
of or relating to the mind
"mental powers"; "mental development"; "mental hygiene"
of or relating to the chin- or liplike structure in insects and certain mollusks
of or relating to the chin or median part of the lower jaw
affected by a disorder of the mind
"a mental patient"; "mental illness"
Of or relating to the mind or an intellectual process.
Insane, mad, crazy.
Of or relating to the chin or median part of the lower jaw, genial.
Of or relating to the chin-like or lip-like structure.
Etymology: From mental, from mentalis, from mens. Also from mentum, depending on usage.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Intellectual; existing in the mind.
Etymology: mentale, French; mentis, Lat.
What a mental power
This eye shoots forth? How big imagination
Moves in this lip? To the dumbness of the gesture
One might interpret. William Shakespeare, Timon of Athens.
So deep the pow’r of these ingredients pierc’d,
Ev’n to the inmost seat of mental sight,
That Adam now enforc’d to close his eyes,
Sunk down, and all his spirits became entranc’d. John Milton.
The metaphor of taste would not have been so general, had there not been a very great conformity between the mental taste and that sensitive taste that affects the palate. Joseph Addison, Spect. №. 409.
If the ideas be not innate, there was a time when the mind was without those principles; for where the ideas are not, there can be no knowledge, no assent, no mental or verbal propositions about them. John Locke.
She kindly talk’d, at least three hours,
Of plastick forms, and mental pow’rs. Matthew Prior.
Those inward representations of spirit, thought, love, and hatred, are pure and mental ideas, belonging especially to the mind, and carry nothing of shape or sense in them. Isaac Watts, Logick.
of or pertaining to the chin; genian; as, the mental nerve; the mental region
a plate or scale covering the mentum or chin of a fish or reptile
of or pertaining to the mind; intellectual; as, mental faculties; mental operations, conditions, or exercise
Etymology: [L. mentum the chin.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
men′tal, adj. pertaining to the mind: done in the mind.—ns. Mental′ity, Mentā′tion.—adv. Men′tally.—adjs. Menticul′tural, improving the mind; Mentif′erous, conveying thought, telepathic.—Mental alienation, insanity; Mental arithmetic, arithmetic performed without the help of written figures. [Fr.,—L. mens, mentis, the mind.]
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Rank popularity for the word 'Mental' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #1771
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Rank popularity for the word 'Mental' in Written Corpus Frequency: #2964
Rank popularity for the word 'Mental' in Adjectives Frequency: #232
The numerical value of Mental in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of Mental in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
When I walked in here, I knew I was starting over, and I was scared, but now, I know I'm starting over, but I'm excited. There's that mental switch.
If you're well enough to get out on account of mental problems, you're well enough to stand trial, you never know what might set him off.
Philosophy is a mental leap, between approach and identification with wisdom.
It is more about mental endurance and finesse and skill than it is strength and force, so you can play golf for a lifetime.
Now-- immediately, in your next vote--we need culture change. We need job changes. We need massive budget refusals and re-allocations to social services, mental health care, and community services that we actually need, we need you to hold the department accountable, to show us your residents that you actually care that our police force is a national embarrassment for their failures and abuses and a menace to too many in our community.
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- mentalCatalan, Valencian
- geistig, seelisch, psychisch, mentalGerman
- πνευματικός, γενειακός, διανοητικός, πωγωνικός, νοητικός, τρελόςGreek
- psyykkinen, mentaalinen, henkinenFinnish
- mantalHaitian Creole
- elmebeteg, elvetemültHungarian
- mentoniero, mentale, pazzo, genienoItalian
- 心, 精神的Japanese
- mentaal, geestelijkDutch
- psychiczny, umysłowyPolish
- mental, mintalRomanian
- själslig, psykiskSwedish
- cünik, tikälikVolapük
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