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Dictionary Icelandic English: Mind

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IcelandicEnglish
NOUN   a mind | minds
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VERB  to mind | minded | minded ... 
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SYNO   to bear in mind | to mind | intellect ... 
hafa á mótito mind
Nouns
hugi {k} [hugur]mind
hugur {k} [hugsun]mind
áform {hv.ft}mind [intention, aim]
hugskot {hv}mind [soul]
2 Words: Others
forheimskandi {adj}dulling sb.'s mind
Skiptir engu!Never mind!
Hafðu ekki áhyggjur!Never mind!
2 Words: Verbs
nenna e-uto mind doing sth.
2 Words: Nouns
sálfræði viðkvæmur hugur {k}reactive mind
3 Words: Others
í mínum huga {adv}in my mind
Varið ykkur á dyrunum!Mind the doors!
ásáttur {adj} [sammála]of one mind
mínu viti {adv}to my mind
3 Words: Verbs
altaka huga e-s [e-ð altekur e-n]to capture one's mind
koma til hugar [e-ð kemur e-m til hugar]to come across sb.'s mind [sth. comes across sb.'s mind]
ætlast e-ð fyrirto have sth. in mind
hafa e-ð í hugato have sth. in mind
hafa e-ð í hugato keep sth. in mind
fara yfir umto lose one's mind
opna kjaftinn [talm.]to speak one's mind
segja hug sinnto speak one's mind
segja skoðun sínato speak one's mind
3 Words: Nouns
hugarástand {hv}frame of mind
eirð {kv}peace of mind
sálarró {kv}peace of mind
4 Words: Others
frávita {adj}out of one's mind
vitstola {adj}out of one's mind
4 Words: Nouns
ómunatíð {kv}time out of mind
5+ Words: Others
Ertu frá þér?Are you out of your mind?
5+ Words: Verbs
vera örvitato be out of one's mind
vera frá sérto be out of one's mind
láta e-n hafa það óþvegiðto give sb. a piece of one's mind
vera mikið niðri fyrirto have a lot on one's mind
vera ekki í rónnito have no peace of mind
gera e-ð upp við sigto make up one's mind about sth.
láta allt vaðato say anything that comes to mind
velta vöngum yfir e-uto turn sth. over in one's mind
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