[ken-tey] /ˈkɛn teɪ/
a colorful fabric of Ghanaian origin: often worn as a symbol of African-American pride.
Also called kente cloth. a brightly coloured handwoven cloth of Ghana, usually with some gold thread
the toga made of this cloth
- Ken thompson
person The principal inventor of the Unix operating system and author of the B language, the predecessor of C. In the early days Ken used to hand-cut Unix distribution tapes, often with a note that read “Love, ken”. Old-timers still use his first name (sometimes uncapitalised, because it’s a login name and mail address) in […]
/ˈkɛntɪə/ noun 1. a plant name formerly used to include palms now allotted to several different genera and still used commercially to denote the feather palm genus Howea, native to Lord Howe Island, popular as greenhouse or house plants for their decorative arching foliage: family Palmaceae
[ken-tee-uh] /ˈkɛn ti ə/ noun 1. a palm, Howea forsterana, of Lord Howe Island, Australia, having erect leaves, widely cultivated as an ornamental.
[ken-tish] /ˈkɛn tɪʃ/ adjective 1. of or relating to Kent or its people. /ˈkɛntɪʃ/ adjective 1. of or relating to Kent noun 2. Also Jutish. the dialect of Old and Middle English spoken in Kent See also Anglian, West Saxon