See sheep ked
proprietary name of a brand of canvas sneakers, 1917, registered by United States Rubber Co., N.Y.
We wanted to call it Peds, but … it came too close to … other brand names. So we batted it around for awhile and decided on the hardest-sounding letter in the alphabet, K, and called it Keds, that was in 1916. [J.Healey, in R.L. Cohen, “Footwear Industry,” x.93]
[Sephardic Hebrew kuh-doo-shah; Ashkenazic Hebrew kuh-doo-shaw] /Sephardic Hebrew kə duˈʃɑ; Ashkenazic Hebrew kəˈdu ʃɔ/ noun, plural Kedushoth, Kedushot, Kedushos [Sephardic Hebrew kuh-doo-shawt; Ashkenazic Hebrew kuh-doo-shaws] /Sephardic Hebrew kə duˈʃɔt; Ashkenazic Hebrew kəˈdu ʃɔs/ (Show IPA). English, Kedushahs. Judaism. 1. a liturgical prayer of varying form that is incorporated into the third blessing of the Amidah […]
Related Terms key2 noun A kilogram (about 2.2 pounds) of a narcotic: enough opium to produce a key (kilo) of heroin/ Anybody who can handle a key of pure coke is dealing big [Narcotics; fr kilo] Knowledge Engineering Environment. Frame-based expert system. Supports dynamic inheritance, multiple inheritance, polymorphism. Classes, meta-classes and objects are all treated […]
noun kid (1920+)
[kee-ef] /kiˈɛf/ noun 1. (def 2). /kiːf/ noun 1. a variant spelling of kif