French: il me semble, il m'apparaí®t, il m"apparaí®t (the latter is unusual, so conveys better the archaic meaning)
German: mich dí¼nkt, also archaic mir deucht for meseems
Spanish: parecer(es)alt=me parece
Etymology: From (term, me thinketh, , seems to me) < (term, me thyncth). In Early Modern English, used at least 150 times by w:William Shakespeare, William Shakespeare; in Middle English by w:Geoffrey Chaucer, Geoffrey Chaucer, (term, me thinketh); and in Old English by w:Alfred the Great, Alfred the Great, (term, me thincth).
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