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wisdom (n.)

古英语 wisdom “知识, 学问, 经验”, 来自 wis (见 wise (adj.) ). + -dom. 一个常见的日耳曼语复合词(古撒克逊语, 古弗里斯兰语 wisdom, 古诺尔语 visdomr, 古高德语 wistuom “智慧”, 德语 Weistum “作为先例的司法判决” ). Wisdom teeth, 所以从1848年开始叫(更早的 teeth of wisdom, 1660年代), 是拉丁语 dentes sapientiae, 本身是希腊语 sophronisteres (希波克拉底使用, 来自 sophron “谨慎, 自制” )的借译, 之所以叫这个名字, 是因为他们通常出现在17-25岁, 一个人成年的时候.

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Definitions of wisdom from WordNet
1
wisdom (n.)
accumulated knowledge or erudition or enlightenment;
wisdom (n.)
the trait of utilizing knowledge and experience with common sense and insight;
Synonyms: wiseness
wisdom (n.)
ability to apply knowledge or experience or understanding or common sense and insight;
Synonyms: sapience
wisdom (n.)
the quality of being prudent and sensible;
Synonyms: wiseness / soundness
2
Wisdom (n.)
an Apocryphal book consisting mainly of a meditation on wisdom; although ascribed to Solomon it was probably written in the first century BC;
Synonyms: Wisdom of Solomon
From wordnet.princeton.edu