'Wisdom' is a word that doesn't have a related verb that all English speakers commonly use. 'Knowledge' itself is not usually used in everyday talk, but the verb 'know' is very commonly used. The result of this discrepancy seems to be that 'wisdom' is a word of praise rather than description.
When philosophers have thought about what people often mean by 'wisdom' when they are describing, the word 'wisdom' seems to signify good judgement, good prediction, and a measure of morality, as well as prudence and knowledge.
With certain words, the meanings become clearer by using a thesaurus instead of a dictionary and I think that 'wisdom' is that sort of word.