(1) The psychological result of perception and learning and reasoning
From , from knowen "to recognize, know" from + a suffix derived from Old English verbal suffix denoting activity, from a verbal noun suffix, cf.
- Relevant information that one is able to recall from memory.
- All cognitive expectancies that an individual or organization actor uses to interpret situations and to generate activities.
- A specific body of knowledge of any kind, on some subject or in some field.
- Awareness resulting from informing.
- He completed it entirely without my knowledge.
- Acquired information gained through personal experiences making it unique for each individual.
- The knowable, potential knowledge
- The product of assumption.
- Recognition of cause and effect.
- Sexual intercourse; rare except in Biblical context
- Adjectives often used with “knowledge”: extensive, deep, superficial, theoretical, practical, useful, working, encyclopedic, public, private, scientific, tacit, explicit, general, specialized, special, broad, declarative, procedural, etc.