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EtymologyEdit

From Middle English knowen (known), from Old English cnāwen (known, recognised, perceived), past participle of cnāwan (to know, recognise, perceive). More at know.

VerbEdit

knowen

  1. (archaic) past participle of know
    • King James VI and I
      [] and it is vulgarly well knowen that thornes signifie stinging and pricking cares.

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EtymologyEdit

From know +‎ -en.

NounEdit

knowen f

  1. singulative of know (nuts)

Middle EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old English cnāwan (to know, recognise, perceive), from Proto-Germanic *knēaną.

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VerbEdit

knowen

  1. to know (possess knowledge)

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