Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A Middle English form of knave.

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Examples

  • Would Nabulsis begin to go to the Israeli produced knafe shops and abandon the historic, original, Nabulsi knafe shops?

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  • | September 11, 2008 what if israelis stole knafe, too?

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  • (in addition to land, people, culture, water), consider for example the way they have stolen felafel and told the world somehow this is their invention, which of course is impossible for all sorts of geographical, cultural, and historical reasons; what would happen if tomorrow Israelis decided that they invented knafe (see photo at top of post) and came to Nablus to market it at a higher price.

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