to know, wisdom, knowledge, awakening

Examples:

– Zanebûn qudret e! – Knowledge is power!

Etymology:

From Avestan zainti- "knowledge," from PIE root *gno- "to know."

Zand (Phl.), Zend (Per.), Sanskrit jna-, Russian znat "to know;", Latin gnoscere "get to know," nobilis "known, famous, noble;", Greek gignōskein "to know," gnōtos "known," gnōsis "knowledge, inquiry;", Old Irish gnath "known;", German kennen "to know,", Gothic kannjan "to make known.", Old Church Slavonic znati "recognizes,".

Other forms:
zanibûn, zanîbun