something too many people lack nowadays
Knowledge is something aqcquired by everything we experience
by justincn618 April 24, 2017
There exists a common phenomenon that knowledge can be used as a euphemism for "penis." It is not very common in most cultures, but nonetheless it still exists.
"Hey did you hear that Johnny is pretty knowledgable? Yeah I'd like to get some of his knowledge." "How much knowledge did the teacher squeeze in you today?"
by Ptom April 20, 2008
a word our parents used back in the day, to say something is cool. if it wasn't cool then it was no-knowledge.

named after the 'knowledge' magazine that gave kids new facts to add to their knowledge
'did you see that car? it was totally knowledge!'
'oh my gosh did you see that ugly chick? no knowledge'
by brittney(Y) January 8, 2008
An ever increasing understanding through each new observation or experience.

If broken down into its root words, it is literally the “ledge of knowing,” or figuratively, the “cliff of cognition.”
Knowledge of heat’s potential pain prevents (most) people from sticking their hand into fire.
by ieo January 29, 2019
The Knowledge is the in-depth study of London street routes and places of interest that taxicab-drivers must complete to obtain a licence to operate a black cab. It was instigated in 1851, and has changed little since.

It is the world's most demanding training course for taxicab-drivers; and applicants will usually need at least 12 'Appearances' (attempts at the final test), after preparation averaging 34 months, to pass the examination.

Your mate doesn't stand a chance to pass the Knowledge no matter how hard he tries!
by joesmith October 11, 2006
Salutation, meaning "Peace," accompanied by the raising of the index finger with the first "knowledge" and the raising of the index, middle and ring finger for the second "knowledge." These hand gestures are like the form of the lines inside of the circle in a peace sign.
Robby: What's up, dun?

Gary: Knowledge Knowledge, boy (with accompanying hand gesture.)
by Hott Nickelz May 14, 2009
A phrase to use when you just taught someone a lesson.
by aoster1 August 30, 2010