Wiktionary.org : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License
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."