know / nō
- to be aware of something; to perceive as truth
A wise mane never knows all, only fools know everything.
- to have information firmly planted in one’s mind or memory
Everything we know by heart enriches us and helps us find ourselves.
Nadia Boulanger, 1887-1979
- to be familiar with someone or something based on prior experience
If you know the enemy and know yourself you need not fear the results of a hundred battles.
Sun Tzu, 545 BC – 470 BC
- to be experienced in something
It’s not enough to know how to ride – you must also know how to fall.
- to have the ability to distinguish between things
Music does not know the difference between people; it only speaks to their hearts.
Riccardo Muti, 1941-