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Latin root that means "believe"
believe to have authority
documents confirming that stated facts are believable, such as an ID card
believable, trustworthy, dependable, and reliable
recognition for being believable for doing something or for being of good character
unwilling to believe something
Greek root that means "to know"
to learn or come to know by examination or test
realize something or someone has been known before
literally "not known", such as when software can run on different computer systems, or referring to someone who believes it is impossible to know whether or not God exists
knowing before, a prediction of what might happen later
to know or make a prediction about something before it happens
Latin root that means "to know"
knowledge; the act of knowing something
fully informed and knowing what is happening
not known; disguised
agreement to make oneself known, or show up, when a court requests an appearance