Did you by any chance mean knows?
- From know + -est, the archaic second-person singular present tense suffix (Wiktionary)
“What artow," quod I tho (then) · "that thow my name knowest?”
“That neither thy name knowest nor canst any master have!”
“Thou knowest my feelings in the matter," said Starbuck.”
“CONAN: Aye, Conan has known many fierce warriors who prefer the hilt of the broadsword to the sheath, if thou knowest what I mean.”
“Thou knowest he whom Thou hast named the Lightning-flash of the Western World is a wrathful and quick-tempered man.”
“Thou knowest the place, where the wall is broken and high.”
“For as thou knowest, O Hair-Face, strong drink quickens, and old hates flame up, and head and hand are swift to act.”
“Thy wisdom is worse than no wisdom and shine eyes blinded to business, of which I have spoken and whereof thou knowest nothing.”
“Thy wisdom is worse than no wisdom and thine eyes blinded to business, of which I have spoken and whereof thou knowest nothing.”
“Get thee to Midgard until thou knowest what thy Hammer is truly for!”
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