agnize

verb
ag·​nize | \ag-ˈnīz \
agnized; agnizing

Definition of agnize 

First Known Use of agnize

1535, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for agnize

Latin agnōscere "to recognize, acknowledge" (from ad- ad- + gnōscere, nōscere "to get to know") + -ize, by analogy with Latin recognōscere and recognize

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