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YiddishEdit

EtymologyEdit

A conflation of Old High German kennan(to know) and kunnan(to be able to), from Proto-Germanic *kannijaną(to make known) and *kunnaną(to know). Compare German kennen(to know) and können(to be able to). Cognate to English ken and can, and more distantly know.

VerbEdit

קענען ‎(kenen) ‎(past participle געקענט(gekent))

  1. to know
  2. to be able to, can

ConjugationEdit