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Correct spelling: king
- king, n. the chief ruler of a nation: a monarch: a playing-card having the picture of a king: the most important piece in chess: a crowned man in draughts: one who is pre-eminent among his fellows:-- fem. QUEEN.-- v.t. to play king.-- ns. KING'- AT-ARMS, or KING'- OF-ARMS, a chief officer of the Heralds' Colleges, whose designations are, for England, Norroy, Clarencieux, and Garter; for Scotland, Lyon; and for Ireland, Ulster; KING'- BIRD, an American tyrant fly-catcher; KING'CRAB, the chief or largest of the crab genus, most common in the Molucca Islands; KING'CRAFT, the art of governing, mostly in a bad sense; KING'CUP, the buttercup or upright meadow crowfoot; KING'DOM, the state or attributes of a king: the territory of a king: government: a region: one of the three grand divisions of Natural History, as the animal, vegetable, or mineral.-- adj. KING'DOMED ( Shak.), endowed with kingly power, proud.-- ns. KING'FISHER, a bird with very brilliant plumage, feeding on fish, the halcyon; KING'HOOD, kingship: kingliness.-- adj. KING'LESS.-- ns. KING'LET, KING'LING, a little or petty king: the golden-crested wren.-- ns. KING'LIHOOD, KING'LINESS.-- adj. KING'- LIKE.-- adj. KING'LY, belonging or suitable to a king: royal: noble-- also adv.-- ns. KING'- MAK'ER, one who has the creating of kings in his power; KING'POST, a perpendicular beam in the frame of a roof rising from the tie-beam to the ridge; KING'S'- CUSH'ION, a seat formed by two people's hands; KING'S'-[= E]' VIL, a scrofulous disease or evil formerly supposed to be healed by the touch of the king; KING'SHIP, the state, office, or dignity of a king; KING'S'- HOOD, the second stomach of a ruminant, sometimes humorously for the human stomach; KING'S'- SPEAR, a plant of the genus Asphodel; KING'S'- YELL'OW, arsenic trisulphide or orpiment; KING'- VUL'TURE, a large tropical brilliantly-coloured American vulture; KING'WOOD, a beautiful Brazilian wood-- also Violet-wood.-- KING CHARLES SPANIEL ( see SPANIEL); KING LOG, a do-nothing king, as opp. to KING STORK, one who devours his frog-subjects-- from Æsop's fable; KING MOB, the vulgar multitude; KING OF BEASTS, the lion; KING OF METALS, gold; KING OF TERRORS, death; KING OF THE FOREST, the oak; KING'S BENCH, the bench or seat of the king: one of the high courts of law, so called because the king used to sit there, called Queen's Bench during a queen's reign; KING'S COUNSEL an honorary rank of barristers; KING'S EVIDENCE, a criminal allowed to become a witness against an accomplice.-- KINGDOM COME ( slang), the state after death.-- THREE KINGS OF COLOGNE, the three Wise Men of the East, Gaspar, Melchior, and Balthazar. [ A.S. cyning-- cyn, a tribe, with suffix - kin; cog. with kin.]
KING abbreviation definitions:
ueing, koing, konwn, kuoni, kingdo, aing, kising, knigh, kined, kingd, mkaing, knnew, kideny, vingar, kihei, ginue, cuaing, gooing, kinnd, djing, kinet, kdding, fuking, uing, kinee, gving, toking, iking, eaing, fing, knnow, konw, kizz, gaoing, orking, ekeing, gaing, aking, king, cting, uaing, kjoin, jinwha, kindy, joing, seking, kindo, kina, korny, miking.