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From Old English dēman, from Proto-Germanic. Cognate with Danish dømme, Dutch doemen and Swedish döma.

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Infinitive
to Deem

Third person singular
Deems

Simple past
Deemed

Past participle
Deemed

Present participle
Deeming

to Deem (third-person singular simple present Deems, present participle Deeming, simple past and past participle Deemed)
  1. To evaluate according to one's beliefs.
    She deemed his efforts insufficient.
  2. To hold as a personal opinion.

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Scots form of English dame.

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Deem (plural Deems)

Singular
Deem

Plural
Deems

  1. woman, dame
  2. maid (especially a kitchen maid)

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