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ABC's the fundamental principles of any branch of knowledge; basics. [1/2 definitions]
acquaintance personal familiarity; knowledge. [1/3 definitions]
acquainted having personal knowledge or familiarity (often fol. by with).
acquirement something acquired, such as knowledge or skill. [1/2 definitions]
assimilate to absorb and incorporate (knowledge, experience, or the like). [1/8 definitions]
athirst eager, as for knowledge or experience.
augur one who predicts the future or tries to obtain hidden knowledge by interpreting signs and omens, esp. an ancient Roman religious official with such a duty; soothsayer. [1/5 definitions]
augury the art or practice or an instance of predicting the future or obtaining hidden knowledge by interpreting omens. [1/2 definitions]
auspice the practice of predicting the future or obtaining hidden knowledge by interpreting omens, esp. those derived from the observation of birds. [1/3 definitions]
backstage hidden from public or common knowledge; secret. [1/4 definitions]
beginner someone just beginning to acquire new knowledge or learn a new skill.
blaze2 to lead in making or opening, as a new pathway in knowledge. [1/4 definitions]
book learning knowledge acquired from books or in school rather than through practical experience. [1/2 definitions]
breakthrough an important discovery in a particular field that encourages an acceleration in knowledge or expertise. [1/2 definitions]
byway any area of knowledge or study that is rarely investigated. [1/2 definitions]
campcraft the knowledge, techniques, or practice of camping outdoors.
canonist a person with a high degree of knowledge in church law.
cognition the mental acts or processes by which knowledge is acquired or processed. [1/2 definitions]
cognitive of, pertaining to, or involving the use of the mind for acquiring knowledge and processing thought.
cognizance the limits of perception or knowledge. [1/2 definitions]
cognoscente someone who has exceptional knowledge in a given area, esp. of fashion, literature, or the fine arts; connoisseur.