\\ˌag(ˌ)nōˈēˌtē\ noun plural
Usage: usually capitalized
Etymology: Late Latin Agnoetae, Agnoitae, from Late Greek Agnoētai, literally, ignorant ones, from Greek agnoein to be ignorant, from a- a- (II) + -gnoein (from gignōskein to know) — more at know
1. : a 4th century A.D. sect of Arians that considered God's omniscience limited to the present
2. : a 6th century sect of Severian Monophysites that denied the omniscience of Jesus Christ

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