learn, learning; know, knowledge
(going from learning to knowing equals knowledge)
2. The front end of something: The nose of the rocket was painted black and white.
The woman's nose makes sure that she knows when she should consider the safety noes about certain potentially dangerous odors.
A nose is a feature that lies in the middle of the face because it's the scenter.
A negativist is what a man is when he noes or no's a lot.
Cyrano's proboscis is wise because his nose knows and there shouldn't be any noes about it.
2. To cause or to appear to be in existence: Angelia was able to realize her characters in her book through careful descriptions.
3. To be completely aware of a situation: Joseph seemed to realize the danger he was facing by choosing to cross the desert by night.
2. To be convinced or aware of the truth about something: After reading the budget report, Jim feels that he will know what the real situation is at the company.
3. To have a straightforward, practical understanding of a problem at hand: Frieda will know how to bake bread as soon as she tries her mother's recipe.
Shanna, do you realize that we know just about nothing when it comes to international finances?
Gabrielle has tacit knowledge about data that is understood only by her; so, it is too much trouble for her to attempt to communicate such information to other people with words or symbols.
Inter-related cross references, directly or indirectly, involving word units meaning "know, knowledge; learn, learning": cogni-; discip-; gno-; histor-; intellect-; math-; sap-; sci-; sopho-.