[kee-noh] /ˈki noʊ/
a game of chance, adapted from lotto for gambling purposes.
(US & Canadian) a game of chance similar to bingo
game of chance (akin to bingo), 1814, American English, probably from French quine “five winning numbers in a lottery,” from Latin quini “five each,” distributive of quinque “five” (see five). The numbers are arranged in rows of five.
/ˌkiːnəʊˈdʒɛnɪsɪs/ noun 1. a secondary US spelling of caenogenesis
noun a fear of open or empty spaces, voids Word Origin Greek ’emptying’
[kuh-noh-shuh] /kəˈnoʊ ʃə/ noun 1. a port in SE Wisconsin, on Lake Michigan.
[ki-noh-sis] /kɪˈnoʊ sɪs/ noun, Theology. 1. the doctrine that Christ relinquished His divine attributes so as to experience human suffering. /kɪˈnəʊsɪs/ noun 1. (Christianity) Christ’s voluntary renunciation of certain divine attributes, in order to identify himself with mankind (Philippians 2:6–7) n. from Greek kenosis “an emptying,” from kenoein “to empty,” from PIE *ken- “empty.” From […]