n. & v.1.See Knowledge.
We consider and knowleche that we have offended.
- Chaucer.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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After failing to decide on the proper course of action, the priests decide to pray for God's intercession, and Episcopus hopes 'That it may plese his fynyte deyte / Knowleche in pis to sendyn vs' (112-13).
Knowleche ze to pe Lord in an harpe; synge ze to him in
pan I prayd here a3yn bat sche wuld teryn tyl 3e kom hom, and I seyd I trostyd veryly bat 3e wuld don qhan Be kom hom as jtt longyth to 3w to don; and jf 3e myth have very knowleche bat sche awyth of ryth for to have jtt, I seyd I wyst wel bat 3e wuld pay jt wyth ryth gode wyl, and told here bat 3e had sergyd to a fownd wrytyng bet-of and Be kwd non fynd in non wyse.