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noun 
  1. (rfd-redundant) (now usually in plural) One's mind or sense; sanity.
Have you completely lost your wits?
  1. (rfd-redundant) (archaic) Intellectual ability; faculty of thinking, reasoning.
Where she has gone to is beyond the of man to say.
  1. The ability to think quickly; mental cleverness, especially wittiness.
My father had a quick and a steady hand.
  1. (rfd-redundant) (obsolete except in set phrases) Intelligence; common sense.
The opportunity was right in front of you, and you didn't even have the to take it!
  1. (rfd-redundant) Spoken humour, especially when clever or quick.
The best man's speech was hilarious, full of and charm.
  1. (rare, colloquial) A person who tells funny anecdotes or jokes; someone witty.
Your friend is quite a , isn't he?
Translations: 
  • Spanish: agudeza}}, es(es(es)ingenio, t-)gracia
  • Italian: it(it, arguzia, t+)genio
    (trans-mid)
verb 
  1. (ambitransitive, chiefly, archaic) (rfquote-sense) know, Know; be aware of (i, construed with of when used intransitively).
I wot not what to.
You are meddling in matters that men should not of.
God wot"

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