Difference Between Knave and NaveKnave has the following meanings:-
1. A rogue or a rascal; a dishonest person; a deceitful and unreliable scoundrel: “He was such a knave that I could not know when he picked my pocket.”
2. One of four cards in a set of playing cards depicting a jokester or trickster: “He carried the whole amount while playing flash because he had three knaves.”
Nave, on the other hand, is the central interior of a church the ceiling of which typically rises higher than that of the aisles: “The nave of the church was crowded with people to have a look at the wedding couple.”