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adage an old familiar saying that shows the wisdom of a group of people; proverb.
Athena the goddess of wisdom, the arts, and warfare, in Greek mythology. Athena was born out of the head of Zeus, ruler of the gods. In Roman mythology, Athena is called Minerva.
experience the repeated practice, activity, or observations that result in skill, ability, or wisdom. [2/5 definitions]
immature without the wisdom or good sense of an adult; childish or foolish. [1/2 definitions]
Minerva the goddess of wisdom and art in Roman myth. In Greek myth, Minerva is called Athena.
saying a familiar statement that often contains advice or wisdom.
statesman a man who shows skill and wisdom in government.
torah (sometimes capitalized) the whole body of recorded Jewish law and wisdom, in particular the Old Testament and the Talmud. [1/2 definitions]
wisdom tooth the last tooth on each side of both the upper and lower jaws of humans that is the last tooth to appear. A wisdom tooth can cause problems when there is not enough room for it to grow.