\\ˌanəˌgignəˈskämənə\ noun plural
Etymology: New Greek anagignōskomena, from Greek, neuter plural of present passive participle of anagignōskein, to know, acknowledge, read, from ana- + gignōskein to know, recognize — more at know
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