Do we use "scīre" for "knowing people" ? Not sure that this is a correct use of this verb (usually for knowing facts). Or do we mean, "No one knows [that] gods [exist] ?
I was going to ask if knowing someone was proper Latin. If someone can help, please do!
See, I was thinking the same. In Spanish, Italian, French, and German, to know a fact (Saber, Sapere, Savoir, and Weisen) is different from to know a person (Conocer, Conoscere, Connaitre, and Kennen).
Not weisen: wissen.
Yeah, probably would make more sense to put "cognoscit" or just "noscit"
The amount of times I've written dogs instead of gods. Oof
I think you mean arf :)