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Maybe they're saying "ken." "I don't ken...."Ah hah! Again from my Sharp electronic dictionary. The words 'know' and 'can' have the same Indo-European root.Quoting from the derivation of "ken":"Old English cennan 'tell, make known,' of Germanic origin; related to Dutch and German kennen 'know, be acquainted with,' from an Indo-European root shared by CAN and KNOW...."(Bolded emphasis added.)MOI
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