-KIN appears in the following tongue twister:
- Ken can ken that Ken's kin can ken Ken's kin's ken.
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Definition of -KIN
What does -KIN mean?
- [context: now archaic] Forming diminutives of nouns.
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The Weekly Reporter (1902)
Next-of-kin means nearest of blood kin in German law, and only includes the whole blood, There is no direct authority, but gifts to children are...
by Berthold Laufer
The term get-kin means literally “gold of the grit plant,” “gold” referring to the yellow rhizome,' yet to the total...
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