Cognoscence



n.

mid-15c., from Latin cognoscere “to know” (see cognizance).

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  • Cognoscente

    [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 […]

  • Cognoscenti

    [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 […]



  • Cognoscibility

    [kog-nos-uh-buh l] /kɒgˈnɒs ə bəl/ adjective 1. capable of being known.

  • Cognoscible

    [kog-nos-uh-buh l] /kɒgˈnɒs ə bəl/ adjective 1. capable of being known.



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