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knowledge meaning in Latin

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knowledge noun

adagnitio [adagnitionis] noun
(3rd) F

advententia [advententiae] noun
(1st) F

advertentia [advertentiae] noun
(1st) F

assecutio [assecutionis] noun
(3rd) F

cognitio [cognitionis] noun
(3rd) F

dignoscentia [dignoscentiae] noun
(1st) F

gnaritas [gnaritatis] noun
(3rd) F

knowledge, science noun

scientia [scientiae] noun
(1st) F

knowledgeable/skilled, expert adjective

sciens [scientis (gen.), scientior -or -us, scientissimus -a -um] adjective

acknowledge verb

fateor [fateri, fassus sum] verb
(2nd) DEP

acknowledge, claim, admit to/responsibility verb

adgnosco [adgnoscere, adgnovi, adgnitus] verb
(3rd)

agnosco [agnoscere, agnovi, agnitus] verb
(3rd)

acknowledge feudal liability verb

accapito [accapitare, accapitavi, accapitatus] verb
(1st) INTRANS

acknowledged/generally admitted fact noun

confessum [confessi] noun
(2nd) N

acknowledgement of Christ noun

confessio [confessionis] noun
(3rd) F

acquire knowledge/skill of/in verb

disco [discere, didici, discitus] verb
(3rd) TRANS

acquiring knowledge noun

cognitio [cognitionis] noun
(3rd) F

admitted, acknowledged adjective

confessus [confessa, confessum] adjective

avowal, acknowledgement noun

adgnitio [adgnitionis] noun
(3rd) F

agnitio [agnitionis] noun
(3rd) F

cognizant, possessing knowledge adjective

scius [scia, scium] adjective

confess (w/ACC), admit, acknowledge, reveal, disclose verb

confiteor [confiteri, confessus sum] verb
(2nd) DEP

contributing (to knowledge, teaching) noun

collatus [collatus] noun
(4th) M

conlatus [conlatus] noun
(4th) M

empirical knowledge noun

consuetudo [consuetudinis] noun
(3rd) F

encyclopedia, book of universal knowledge noun

pandectes [pandectae] noun
M

erudition, knowledge of books noun

literula [literulae] noun
(1st) F

litterula [litterulae] noun
(1st) F

excessive eagerness for knowledge noun

curiositas [curiositatis] noun
(3rd) F

experience, personal knowledge noun

compertus [compertus] noun
(4th) M

foreknowledge noun

praescitum [praesciti] noun
(2nd) N

praescitio [praescitionis] noun
(3rd) F

foreknowledge, prescience noun

praescientia [praescientiae] noun
(1st) F

foresight, foreknowledge noun

providentia [providentiae] noun
(1st) F

full knowledge noun

perspicientia [perspicientiae] noun
(1st) F

get full knowledge of verb

pernosco [pernoscere, pernovi, pernotus] verb
(3rd) TRANS

have foreknowledge verb

praeintelligo [praeintelligere, praeintellexi, praeintellectus] verb
(3rd) INTRANS

have foreknowledge of, get to know/become aware of/learn beforehand verb

praecognosco [praecognoscere, praecognovi, praecognitus] verb
(3rd) TRANS

having foreknowledge, prescient adjective

praescius [praescia, praescium] adjective

having knowledge or experience of adjective

gnarus [gnara, gnarum] adjective

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