The Correct spelling is: knowledge
Common misspellings of the word knowledge are:
How do you spell knowledge?. It is not knowlege or even noledge for that matter!
- The state or fact of knowing.
- Familiarity, awareness, or understanding gained through experience or study.
- The sum or range of what has been perceived, discovered, or learned.
- Learning; erudition: teachers of great knowledge.
- Specific information about something.
- Carnal knowledge.
[Middle English knoulech : knouen, to know; see know + -leche, n. suff.]
SYNONYMS knowledge, information, learning, erudition, lore, scholarship. These nouns refer to what is known, as through study or experience. Knowledge is the broadest: â€œScience is organized knowledgeâ€ (Herbert Spencer). Information often implies a collection of facts and data: â€œA man's judgment cannot be better than the information on which he has based itâ€ (Arthur Hays Sulzberger). Learning usually refers to knowledge gained by schooling and study: â€œLearning â€¦ must be sought for with ardor and attended to with diligenceâ€ (Abigail Adams). Erudition implies profound, often specialized knowledge: â€œSome have criticized his poetry as elitist, unnecessarily impervious to readers who do not share his eruditionâ€ (Elizabeth Kastor). Lore is usually applied to knowledge gained through tradition or anecdote about a particular subject: Many American folktales concern the lore of frontier life. Scholarship is the mastery of a particular area of learning reflected in a scholar's work: A good journal article shows ample evidence of the author's scholarship.