[in-tl-ekt] /ˈɪn tlˌɛkt/
the power or faculty of the mind by which one knows or understands, as distinguished from that by which one feels and that by which one wills; the understanding; the faculty of thinking and acquiring knowledge.
capacity for thinking and acquiring knowledge, especially of a high or complex order; mental capacity.
a particular mind or intelligence, especially of a high order.
a person possessing a great capacity for thought and knowledge.
minds collectively, as of a number of persons or the persons themselves.
the capacity for understanding, thinking, and reasoning, as distinct from feeling or wishing
a mind or intelligence, esp a brilliant one: his intellect is wasted on that job
(informal) a person possessing a brilliant mind; brain
those possessing the greatest mental power: the intellect of a nation
late 14c. (but little used before 16c.), from Old French intellecte “intellectual capacity” (13c.), and directly from Latin intellectus “discernment, a perception, understanding,” from noun use of past participle of intelligere “to understand, discern” (see intelligence).
A query language written by Larry Harris in 1977, close to natural English.
[in-tl-ek-shuh n] /ˌɪn tlˈɛk ʃən/ noun 1. the action or process of understanding; the exercise of the ; reasoning. 2. a particular act of the . 3. a conception or idea as the result of such an act; notion; thought. /ˌɪntɪˈlɛkʃən/ noun 1. mental activity; thought 2. an idea or thought
[in-tl-ek-tiv] /ˌɪn tlˈɛk tɪv/ adjective 1. having power to understand; intelligent; cognitive. 2. of or relating to the intellect.
[in-tl-ek-tron-iks] /ˌɪn tl ɛkˈtrɒn ɪks/ noun, (used with a singular verb) 1. a field of study that seeks to develop electronic devices, as robots, that have humanlike intellect and skills.
[in-tl-ek-choo-uh l] /ˌɪn tlˈɛk tʃu əl/ adjective 1. appealing to or engaging the : intellectual pursuits. 2. of or relating to the or its use: intellectual powers. 3. possessing or showing or mental capacity, especially to a high degree: an intellectual person. 4. guided or developed by or relying on the rather than upon emotions […]