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-KIN appears in the following tongue twister:

  • Ken can ken that Ken's kin can ken Ken's kin's ken.

Definition of -KIN

What does -KIN mean?


  1. [context: now archaic] Forming diminutives of nouns.

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Google previewThe 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...

Google previewSino-Iranica (1967)

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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Classical music is the kind we keep thinking will turn into a tune. (Kin Hubbard)
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