verb impersonal me·thinks \mi-ˈthiŋ(k)s\

: I think

past me·thought \-ˈtht\

Full Definition of METHINKS

:  it seems to me

Origin of METHINKS

Middle English me thinketh, from Old English mē thincth, from (dative of ic I) + thincth seems, from thyncan to seem — more at i, think
First Known Use: before 12th century


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