1. (when tr., often takes a clause as object) to take (something) for granted; assume
2. (when tr., often followed by an infinitive) to take upon oneself (to do something) without warrant or permission; dare.
3. (intr.; followed by "on" or "upon") to rely or depend
4. law to take as proved until contrary evidence is produced
That you know
All creatures that roam
In the dark corners of your dreams
New ones call out still