[kin-i-kuh-nik] /ˌkɪn ɪ kəˈnɪk/
a mixture of bark, dried leaves, and sometimes tobacco, formerly smoked by the Indians and pioneers in the Ohio valley.
any of various plants used in this mixture, especially the common bearberry, Arctostaphylos uva-ursi, of the heath family.
the dried leaves and bark of certain plants, sometimes with tobacco added, formerly smoked by some North American Indians
any of the plants used for such a preparation, such as the sumach Rhus glabra
/ˈkɪnək/ noun 1. Neil (Gordon). Baron. born 1942, British Labour politician, born in Wales; leader of the Labour Party (1983–92); a European commissioner (1995–2004) and vice-president of the European Commission (1999–2004)
[kee-noh] /ˈki noʊ/ noun, plural kinos. 1. (in Europe) a motion-picture theater; cinema. [kee-noh] /ˈki noʊ/ noun 1. Eusebio Francisco (Padre Kino; Father Kino) 1645?–1711, Tyrolean-born explorer and missionary in SW North America. /ˈkiːnəʊ/ noun 1. a dark red resin obtained from various tropical plants, esp an Indian leguminous tree, Pterocarpus marsupium, used as an […]
kinocilium ki·no·cil·i·um (kī’nō-sĭl’ē-əm) n. A cilium, usually motile, having nine peripheral double microtubules and two single central ones.
[kee-noh] /ˈki noʊ/ noun 1. the reddish or black, catechulike inspissated juice or gum of certain tall trees belonging to the genus Pterocarpus, of the legume family, native to India and Sri Lanka, used in medicine, tanning, etc.