[kog-nuh-zuh nt, kon-uh-] /ˈkɒg nə zənt, ˈkɒn ə-/
having ; aware (usually followed by of):
He was cognizant of the difficulty.
having legal cognizance or jurisdiction.
(usually foll by of) aware; having knowledge
1820, back-formation from cognizance.
[kog-nahyz] /ˈkɒg naɪz/ verb (used with object), cognized, cognizing. 1. to perceive; become conscious of; know. /ˈkɒɡnaɪz; kɒɡˈnaɪz/ verb 1. (transitive) to perceive, become aware of, or know v. 1650s, back-formation from cognizance. Related: Cognized; cognizing.
[kog-noh-muh n] /kɒgˈnoʊ mən/ noun, plural cognomens, cognomina [kog-nom-uh-nuh] /kɒgˈnɒm ə nə/ (Show IPA) 1. a surname. 2. any name, especially a nickname. 3. the third and commonly the last name of a citizen of ancient Rome, indicating the person’s house or family, as “Caesar” in “Gaius Julius Caesar.”. Compare (def 1). /kɒɡˈnəʊmɛn/ noun (pl) […]
n. mid-15c., from Latin cognoscere “to know” (see cognizance).
[kon-yuh-shen-tee, kog-nuh-] /ˌkɒn yəˈʃɛn ti, ˌkɒg nə-/ plural noun, singular cognoscente [kon-yuh-tee, kog-nuh-] /ˌkɒn yə ti, ˌkɒg nə-/ (Show IPA) 1. persons who have superior knowledge and understanding of a particular field, especially in the fine arts, literature, and world of fashion. /ˌkɒnjəʊˈʃɛntɪ; ˌkɒɡnəʊ-/ plural noun (sing) -te (-tiː) 1. (sometimes sing) people with informed […]