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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.
KNIGHTAGESknightages n. plural of knightage.
KNIGHTEDknighted v. simple past tense and past participle of knight.
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.
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.
KNIGHTINGknighting v. present participle of knight.
knighting n. The act of making somebody a knight.
KNIGHTLESSknightless adj. (rare, obsolete) Unbecoming of a knight; unchivalrous.
knightless adj. (not comparable) Without a knight.
KNIGHTLIERknightlier adj. comparative form of knightly: more knightly.
KNIGHTLIESTknightliest adj. superlative form of knightly: most knightly.
KNIGHTLINESSknightliness n. knightly behaviour; chivalry.
KNIGHTLINESSESknightlinesses n. plural of knightliness.
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.

Words in black are found in both the twl06 and the sowpods dictionaries; words in red are only in the sowpods dictionary.
Definitions are short excerpt from the WikWik.org.

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