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Definition of "knaa" []

  • To know (verb)

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Use "knaa" in a sentence
  • "Stripped of the finger-wagging socialist sermonizing that spoils the last 10 minutes of the play, "The Pitmen Painters" is a "Full Monty" - type commercial comedy about five working-class blokes with inch-thick accents ( "We just want to knaa aboot proper art") who turn out to be smarter, nobler and more talented than Robert Lyon (Ian Kelly), the well-meaning but unconsciously patronizing university man who deigns to introduce them to the joys of painting."
  • "Noo lads, Aa'll haad me gob, That's aall Aa knaa aboot the story Of Sir John's clivvor job Wi' the aaful Lambton Worm!"
  • "So noo ye knaa hoo aall the folks On byeth sides of the Wear Lost lots o' sheep an' lots o' sleep An' lived in mortal feor."