[ki-noh-sis] /kɪˈnoʊ sɪs/
the doctrine that Christ relinquished His divine attributes so as to experience human suffering.
(Christianity) Christ’s voluntary renunciation of certain divine attributes, in order to identify himself with mankind (Philippians 2:6–7)
from Greek kenosis “an emptying,” from kenoein “to empty,” from PIE *ken- “empty.” From Phil. ii:7. Related: Kenotic.
[ken-zing-tuh n] /ˈkɛn zɪŋ tən/ noun 1. a former borough of Greater London, England: now part of Kensington and Chelsea.
noun 1. a borough of Greater London, England. /ˈkɛnzɪŋtən/ noun 1. a borough of Greater London, on the River Thames: Kensington Palace (17th century) and gardens. Pop: 174 400 (2003 est). Area: 12 sq km (5 sq miles)
[ken-spek-uh l] /ˈkɛnˌspɛk əl/ adjective, Scot. and North England. 1. conspicuous; easily seen or recognized. /ˈkɛnˌspɛkəl/ adjective 1. (Scot) easily seen or recognized
[ken-tey] /ˈkɛn teɪ/ noun 1. a colorful fabric of Ghanaian origin: often worn as a symbol of African-American pride. /ˈkɛntɪ/ noun 1. Also called kente cloth. a brightly coloured handwoven cloth of Ghana, usually with some gold thread 2. the toga made of this cloth