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In Nouns

What is the noun for wise?

The word 'wise' is a noun as a word for the manner of  something, the way or the mode of something.   Example: "That's the way it crumbles, cookie wise."    The no (MORE)

Were the wise men wise?

A:While English translations of Matthew's Gospel usually refer to 'wise men', the original Greek referred to magoi (Latin: magi, sing. magus). The magoi or magi were priests o (MORE)

Why are the wise men called wise?

A:The wise men in Matthew's Gospel were magoi (Latin: magi), which is also translated from the original Greek into English as 'magi'. The magi were priests of the Zoroastrian (MORE)

What is a wise woman in the middle ages?

    The   Wise Woman learnt cures and practices through Ancient Practises and traditions.   They had limited knowledge of what to do and how to cure people. The (MORE)
In Health

What is a wise consumer?

A wise consumer knows about being trifty and other things.They buy foods that they only need they don't buy other extra things that they don't need.They know if the food they (MORE)

Does the earth move counter clock wise or clock wise?

  It depends on which side of the Equator you're on. If you're in the Northern Hemisphere, the sun rises in the east and sets in the west, so from the north pole position (MORE)

Are electric fireplaces wise?

Yes electric fireplace is a great idea for several reasons. I actually got feed up and asked myself the same question, answered it went out and purchased an electric fireplace (MORE)

What are the names of Wise Men of the East?

Canonical scripture fails to name the wise men who visited Christ, and only the book of Matthew tells their story. The Three Holy Kings, all scholars, are known to Catholics, (MORE)

What someone has when they are wise?

Wisdom is far more than just having information. It comes from having a set of values that everything can be measured against. It requires hearing and seeing with ears and eye (MORE)

Is wise plural?

The noun 'wise' is an uncountable, common, abstract noun; a  word for the manner or extent of something.    Examples:   Money wise, we're ahead of the game.   (MORE)