spirit, spirituality; also, intellectual inclination, intelligence
Nintendo stepped in, making this the first M-rated game the company has published since geist in 2005 (and only their third ever).
Media vet Brian Williams calls geist "one part Twain, one part Carrot Top," and his first work is definitely not one to miss.
As for purely domestic concerns, geist was so excellent a manager that his master trusted him without reserve.
So the good woman had said, showing her lack of geist—her Philistinism.
The world of thought, though sometimes described as Spirit or 'geist,' is really impersonal.
For all your mariolatry, you were full of "der geist der stets verneint."
Nur der ist wahrhaft arm, der weder geist noch Kraft hat—Only he is truly poor who is without soul and without faculty.
He calls them brothers but they answer in effect: 'Du gleich'st dem geist den du begreif'st, nicht mir.'
Du gleichst, the Earth-Spirit cries to him,—du gleichst dem geist den du begreifst, nicht mir.
His school was inspired by the geist der stets verneint, and the term Skeptic was first devised to describe its attitude.