来自PIE*gno, 知道，了解，知识，词源同know, can,cognizance.
- gnomic (adj.)
- "full of instructive sayings," 1784, from French gnomique (18c.) and directly from Late Latin gnomicus "concerned with maxims, didactic," from Greek gnomikos, from gnome "a means of knowing, a mark, token; the mind (as the organ of knowing), thought, judgment, intelligence; (one's) mind, will, purpose; a judgment, opinion; maxim, the opinion of wise men," from root of gignoskein "to come to know" (see gnostic (adj.)). Gnomical is attested from 1610s.
- 1. John Maynard Keynes used somewhat gnomic utterances in his General Theory.
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