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Some people go through life trying to find out what the world holds for them only to find out too late that it's what they bring to the world that really counts. OR It's not what the world holds for you it's what you bring to it
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Old English

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Etymology

From Proto-Germanic *knewa-, from Proto-Indo-European *ǵónu.

Germanic cognates: Old Frisian kniu, Old Saxon knio (Dutch knie), Old High German kneo (German Knie), Old Norse kné (Swedish knä), Gothic 𐌺𐌽𐌹𐌿 (kniu).

Indo-European cognates: Sanskrit जानु (jānu), Avestan žnūm-, Armenian ծունկ (cunr), Albanian gju, Greek γόνυ (góny), Latin genu.

Pronunciation

Noun

cnēo n.

  1. the knee
    Hie on cneowum sæton: they sat on their knees.
  2. a generation
    On anum cneowe: in one generation.

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