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Correct spelling for KNIOW

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Possible correct spellings for kniow

  • Known(Definition of known)
  • But they did not wonder at it so much as they would have done if they had known more about such things.

  • Now(Definition of now)
  • "no, no; not now.

  • Gnaw(Definition of gnaw)
  • The sight of them added the gnaw of envy to his heartache.

  • Noe
  • Knife(Definition of knife)
  • Pocahontas beareth a knife and knoweth how to use it.

  • Knows
  • Knob(Definition of knob)
  • Pierre mustered his courage and, pulling a brass knob which glittered like gold, rang the bell.

  • Knew(Definition of Knew)
  • I know that he knew.

  • Knit(Definition of knit)
  • I would knit a shawl in a month, and the merchant would allow me that sum for knitting it.

  • Norw
  • Kn
  • 458th troop carrier squadron (later 458th tactical airlift) squadron): 1 jan 1967 – 1 mar 1972 (c-7a tail code: kc; call sign law) 459th troop carrier squadron (later 459th tactical airlift squadron): 1 jan 1967 – 1 mar 1972 (c-7a tail code: ke; call sign ellis) stationed at phu cat air base, viet nam 535th troop carrier squadron (later 535th tactical airlift squadron): 1 jan 1967 – 24 jan 1972 (c-7a tail code: kh; call sign tong) (detached to tactical group, provisional, 6483d, 15 mar 1969 – 30 jun 1970) stationed at vung tau airfield 1 jan 1967 – 21 jun 1970 536th troop carrier (later tactical airlift) squadron: 1 jan 1967 – 15 oct 1971 (c-7a tail code: kl; call sign iris) (detached to tactical group, provisional, 6483d, 15 mar 1969 – 30 jun 1970) stationed at vung tau airfield 1 jan 1967 - ca 1 jul 1970 537th troop carrier (later tactical airlift) squadron: 1 jan 1967 – 31 aug 1971(c-7a tail code: kn; soul) stationed at phu cat air base, viet nam royal australian air force, transport flight vietnam / 35 squadron (dhc-4 call sign: wallaby) jul 1964 - feb 1972 stationed at vung tau airfield, viet nam

  • Snow(Definition of snow)
  • When summer came in 1817, and all the passes were freed from snow, he was ready.

  • Nigh(Definition of nigh)
  • Were but one other with us we might be well-nigh confident.

  • Wnw
  • Knee(Definition of knee)
  • Maradick put his hand on peter's knee.

  • Nor(Definition of Nor)
  • Nor was this all.

  • Nih(Definition of NIH)
  • Ni
  • No. 6. 10 ni.

  • Know(Definition of know)
  • I know right where it is.

  • Knot(Definition of knot)
  • Her hair was dressed like a man's; the front locks came down her cheeks, and the black hair, fastened with a knot of blue ribbon, reached the bend of her legs; her form was that of antinous; her clothes alone, being cut in the french style, prevented the illusion from being complete.

  • Nw
  • New(Definition of new)
  • It will make a new life for him, and also for me.

  • Knish

20 words made from the letters kniow

4 letter words made from kniow:

iwon, kino, know, kown, oink, ikon, wink, kwon, koni, wonk, okin.

3 letter words made from kniow:

ion, ink, won, wok, own, now, win, kin, iwo.
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