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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of wot.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- 3d pers. sing. pres. of wit, to know.
He that hath the faith, woteth weall that he pleaseth God; for all that is done in fayth pleaseth God.
He that belevith his word, woteth weall that he is trew and faithfull, and may nott lie: But knowith weall that he may and will boith fulfill his word.
But without doubt, though it be not the desert of man, yet no man may take such grace without great study and brenning desires coming before; and that woteth
But who is he that woteth not how hard it is, and nearhand impossible to a fleshly soul the which is yet rude in ghostly studies, for to rise in knowing of unseeable  things, and for to set the eye of contemplation in ghostly things?