Kin

  • 1 kin — kin·car·dine·shire; kin·chin; kin·cob; kin·dal; kin·der·be·weijs; kin·der·gart·ner; kin·der·hook; kin·dler; kin·dred·less; kin·dred·ness; kin·dred·ship; kin·e·ma; kin·e·mat·ics; kin·e·mat·o·graph; kin·e·ma·tog·ra·phy; kin·e·plas·ty;… …

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  • 2 Kin — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. {{{image}}}   Sigles d une seule lettre   Sigles de deux lettres > Sigles de trois lettres …

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  • 3 KiN — steht für: Flughafen Norman Manley International in Jamaika als IATA Code KiN steht für: Aktionsgruppe Kinder in Not, eine deutsche Hilfsorganisation zur Unterstützung notleidender Kinder in der Dritten Welt Kundenbetreuer im Nahverkehr, siehe… …

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  • 5 KIN — steht für: Flughafen Norman Manley International in Jamaika als IATA Code Microsoft KIN, das erste Smartphone von Microsoft KiN steht für: Aktionsgruppe Kinder in Not, eine deutsche Hilfsorganisation zur Unterstützung notleidender Kinder in der… …

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  • 6 kin — n: one s relatives kin·ship / ˌship/ n Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. kin …

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  • 7 Kin — can mean: * Kinship * Family * Kin, a boys name * Kin Canada, a Canadian non profit service organization. * Kin, Okinawa, a town in Okinawa, Japan * Kin (film), a 2000 UK/South Africa film directed by Elaine Proctor and starring Miranda Otto *… …

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  • 8 Kin — Kin, n. [OE. kin, cun, AS. cynn kin, kind, race, people; akin to cennan to beget, D. kunne sex, OS. & OHG. kunni kin, race, Icel. kyn, Goth. kuni, G. & D. kind a child, L. genus kind, race, L. gignere to beget, Gr. gi gnesqai to be born, Skr. jan …

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  • 9 Kin-fo — est le personnage principal du roman de Jules Verne Les Tribulations d un Chinois en Chine. Sommaire 1 Le personnage 2 Son caractère 3 Citation 4 …

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  • 10 kin — [kın] n [plural] [: Old English; Origin: cyn] 1.) informal also kinsfolk, kinfolk your family 2.) next of kin formal your most closely related family ▪ We ll have to notify the next of kin of his death. →↑kindred →↑ …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 11 KIN — could refer to:* KIN, a music group. * Kingston Railroad Station, Rhode Island, United States; Amtrak station code KIN. * Norman Manley International Airport, Kingston, Jamaica; IATA airport code KIN …

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  • 12 Kin-Fo — est le personnage principal du roman de Jules Verne, Les Tribulations d un Chinois en Chine, écrit en 1879. Sommaire 1 Le personnage 2 Son caractère 3 Citation 4 …

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  • 13 kin — [ kın ] noun uncount FORMAL all the people in your family => KITH AND KIN, NEXT OF KIN …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 14 Kin — Kin, a. Of the same nature or kind; kinder. Kin to the king. Shak. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 15 Kin — (Katty), chinesisches und japanisches Gewicht = 16 Liang (Tael, Unzen). 100 Kin = 1 Tan (Pikul). Im internationalen Handel wird vertragsmäßig das Kin zu 604,8 g gerechnet, sonst. hat es sehr verschiedene Werte …

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  • 16 Kin — A Japanese weight equivalent to 1.3251 lb. which is commercially reckoned as 1.3277 lb. so that 756 kin weigh 1,000 lb. The quotations for Japanese raw silk are made in yen per kin …

    Dictionary of the English textile terms

  • 17 kin — is now a rather old fashioned term for one s relatives or family. It is mostly used in the fixed expressions next of kin and kith and kin …

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  • 18 kin — [kin] n. [ME kyn < OE cynn, akin to Du kunne, Goth kuni, ON kyn < Gmc * kunja < IE base * ĝen , to produce: see GENUS] one s family; relatives; kinfolk; kindred adj. related, as by blood; kindred of kin related …

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  • 19 -kin — ( k[i^]n) suff. [Of Low German origin; cf. G. chen, LG. ken.] A diminutive suffix; as, manikin; lambkin. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 20 Kin — (k[i^]n), n. (Mus.) A primitive Chinese instrument of the cittern kind, with from five to twenty five silken strings. Riemann. [1913 Webster] …

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