BEKNAVE

Etymology

Verb

beknave (third-person singular simple present beknaves, present participle beknaving, simple past and past participle beknaved)

(transitive, rare) To treat as a knave.

(transitive, rare) To call (someone) a knave.

Anagrams

• Vanbeek

Source: Wiktionary


Be*knave", v. t.

Definition: To call knave. [Obs.] Pope.

Source: Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary 1913 Edition



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Coffee Trivia

Coffee dates back to the 9th century. Goat herders in Ethiopia noticed their goats seem to be “dancing” after eating berries from a particular shrub. They reported it to the local monastery, and a monk made a drink out of it. The monk found out he felt energized and kept him awake at night. That’s how the first coffee drink was born.

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