(third-person singular simple present dignosces, present participle dignoscing, simple past and past participle dignosced)
- 1652, Sir Thomas Urquart, The Epistle Liminary:
- For truth being in indivisibili, as is the essence of what ever is, who is most versed in the nature and properties of a thing is alwayes best able to dignosce of its value.
- 1676, William Row, Supplement to the History of Mr Blair's Life:
- Meanwhile there is a committeee appointed to dignosce upon the supplication and how field conventicles shall be suppressed