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There are 16 words beginning with KNIG

KNIGHTknight n. (Historical) A young servant or follower; a trained military attendant in service of a lord.
knight n. (Historical) A minor nobleman with an honourable military rank who had served as a page and squire.
knight n. (By extension) An armored and mounted warrior of the Middle Ages.
KNIGHTAGEknightage n. Knighthood; state of being a knight.
knightage n. Knights collectively.
KNIGHTAGE n. the body of knights, taken collectively.
KNIGHTAGESknightages n. Plural of knightage.
KNIGHTAGE n. the body of knights, taken collectively.
KNIGHTEDknighted v. Simple past tense and past participle of knight.
KNIGHT v. to confer the title of knight upon.
KNIGHTHEADknighthead n. A mitred backing timber which extends the after line of the rabbet in the stem to give extra support…
knighthead n. A bollard or bitt.
knighthead n. Either of two timbers rising from the keel of a sailing ship and supporting the inner end of the bowsprit.
KNIGHTHEADSknightheads n. Plural of knighthead.
KNIGHTHEAD n. either of a pair of vertical supports for the bowsprit.
KNIGHTHOODknighthood n. An honour whereby one is made into a knight, and one can thereafter be called "Sir".
knighthood n. The quality of being a knight.
knighthood n. The knights collectively, the body of knights.
KNIGHTHOODSknighthoods n. Plural of knighthood.
KNIGHTHOOD n. the rank of a knight.
KNIGHTINGknighting v. Present participle of knight.
knighting n. The act of making somebody a knight.
KNIGHT v. to confer the title of knight upon.
KNIGHTLESSknightless adj. (Rare, obsolete) Unbecoming of a knight; unchivalrous.
knightless adj. (Not comparable) Without a knight.
KNIGHTLESS adj. (Spenser) unbecoming a knight.
KNIGHTLIERknightlier adj. Comparative form of knightly: more knightly.
KNIGHTLY adj. befitting a knight.
KNIGHTLIESTknightliest adj. Superlative form of knightly: most knightly.
KNIGHTLY adj. befitting a knight.
KNIGHTLINESSknightliness n. Knightly behaviour; chivalry.
KNIGHTLINESS n. the state of being knightly.
KNIGHTLINESSESknightlinesses n. Plural of knightliness.
KNIGHTLINESS n. the state of being knightly.
KNIGHTLYknightly adj. Of or pertaining to a knight or knights.
knightly adj. Befitting a knight; formally courteous (as a knight); chivalrous, gallant and courtly.
knightly adv. In the manner of a knight; chivalrously.
KNIGHTSknights n. Plural of knight.
knights v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of knight.
Knights prop.n. A surname.

Scrabble words — in black are valid world wide — in RED are not valid in North America — in GREEN are valid only in North America.
Definitions are short excerpt from the WikWik.org and 1Word.ws.

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  • English Wiktionary: 114 words
  • Scrabble in French: no word
  • Scrabble in Spanish: no word
  • Scrabble in Italian: no word
  • Scrabble in German: 3 words
  • Scrabble in Romanian: no word

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