- (obsolete) conscious; aware
- 1605, Francis Bacon, “(please specify |book=1 or 2)”, in The Tvvoo Bookes of Francis Bacon. Of the Proficience and Aduancement of Learning, Diuine and Humane, London: […] [Thomas Purfoot and Thomas Creede] for Henrie Tomes, […], OCLC 932932554:
- As we see in Augustus Cæsar, (who was rather diverse from his uncle, than inferior in virtue,) how when he died, he desired his friends about him to give him a plaudite, as if he were conscient to himself that he had played his part well upon the stage.
conscient (masculine and feminine plural conscients)
- “conscient”, in Trésor de la langue française informatisé [Digitized Treasury of the French Language], 2012.
- Obsolete form of .
Declension of conscient