knit [-s] v
OE cynttan < OE cnotta, knot.
- Fasten; attach; wear closely; (see OED: Ploughman in Burns' Wks, “His garters knit below his knee.”); [fig.] fond of; close to; associated with.
- Connect; come together; join into a group.
- Create marrow; restore oneself; regenerate cells, tissue, or bone; [fig.] exist; grow spiritually.
- Unite threads; loop strands of yarn together; interlace fibers into cohesive patterns.