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From Medieval Latin omniscientia(all-knowledge), from Latin omni-(all), and scient from the Latin scientia(knowledge).

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omniscience ‎(countable and uncountable, plural omnisciences)

  1. The capacity to know everything.
    Many people believe in God's omniscience.

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EtymologyEdit

Medieval Latin omniscientia.

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omniscience f ‎(plural omnisciences)

  1. omniscience

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