un-omniscient

omniscient

[om-nish-uhnt]
adjective
1.
having complete or unlimited knowledge, awareness, or understanding; perceiving all things.
noun
2.
an omniscient being.
3.
the Omniscient, God.

Origin:
1595–1605; < Neo-Latin omniscient-, stem of omnisciēns, equivalent to Latin omni- omni- + scient- knowing; see science

omnisciently, adverb
unomniscient, adjective
unomnisciently, adverb

omnipotent, omniscient.
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omniscient (ɒmˈnɪsɪənt)
 
adj
1.  having infinite knowledge or understanding
2.  having very great or seemingly unlimited knowledge
 
[C17: from Medieval Latin omnisciens, from Latin omni- + scīre to know]
 
om'niscience
 
n
 
om'nisciently
 
adv

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omniscient
c.1600, from Mod.L. omniscientem (nom. omnisciens); see omniscience.
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