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Agʹnoites (3 syl.). Agʹ-no-ites, or Ag-noʹ-i-tæ (4 syl.)

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(1) Certain heretics in the fourth century who said “God did not know everything.”

(2) Another sect, in the sixth century, who maintained that Christ “did not know the time of the day of judgment.” (Greek, α not; γιγνωσκω, to know.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Agglutinate Languages
Aghast
Agio
Agis
Agist
Agla
Aglaos
Agnes
Agnes (St.)
Agnes Day (St.)
Agnoites (3 syl.). Ag-no-ites, or Ag-no-i-tæ
Agnostic (An)
Agnus-castus
Agnus Dei
Agog
Agonistes
Agonistics
Agony
Agony Column
Agra rian Law
Agrimony