Definition of Knawes
1. knawe [n] - See also: knawe
Lexicographical Neighbors of Knawes
Literary usage of Knawes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. History of Trial by Jury by William Forsyth (1875)
"Gif nane of them knawes the trueth, and in the court testifies the samine be their great eath ; other persons sall be chosen in their place, untill sic men ..."
2. The Scottish Christian Herald (1836)
"... thou knawes not,—Gif thou find thy desire extream earnest in any matter, beware thou execute not thy desire, unies thou bave a speciall warrant of God's ..."
3. Forms of Process Before the Court of Session, the New Jury Court, and the by James Ivory (1818)
"Gif nane of them knawes the trueth, and in the Court < testifies the tamine be their great eath; other persons sail be chosen ' in their place, ..."