omniscient

See also: Omniscient

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Medieval Latin omnisciens (all-knowing), from Latin omnis (all) + sciens (knowing).

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omniscient (not comparable)

  1. Having total knowledge.
    The story was narrated from an omniscient point of view.
    The Abrahamic God is omniscient.

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omniscient (plural omniscients)

  1. One who has total knowledge.
    • 1796, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, The Destiny of Nations
      Those blind omniscients , those almighty slaves , Untenanting creation of its God

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omniscient (masculine and feminine plural omniscients)

  1. omniscient

FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Medieval Latin omnisciens (all-knowing), from Latin omnis (all) + sciens (knowing).

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omniscient (feminine singular omnisciente, masculine plural omniscients, feminine plural omniscientes)

  1. omniscient

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RomanianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From French omniscient, from Medieval Latin omnisciens.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˌom.ni.st͡ʃiˈent/
  • Hyphenation: om‧ni‧sci‧ent

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omniscient m or n (feminine singular omniscientă, masculine plural omniscienți, feminine and neuter plural omnisciente)

  1. omniscient

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