[wahyn-der] /ˈwaɪn dər/
a triangular winder on a staircase.
noun 1. either of two small gray foxes, Vulpes macrotis and V. velox, found on plains and in open, sandy areas of western North America, commercially valuable for their fur. noun 1. another name for swift fox n. 1812, perhaps from a shortening of kitten, in reference to smallness.
[kith] /kɪθ/ noun 1. acquaintances, friends, neighbors, or the like; persons living in the same general locality and forming a more or less cohesive group. 2. . 3. a group of people living in the same area and forming a culture with a common language, customs, economy, etc., usually endogamous. /kɪθ/ noun 1. one’s friends […]
plural noun 1. acquaintances and relatives. Friends and family, as in Everyone was invited, kith and kin as well as distant acquaintances. This expression dates from the 1300s and originally meant “countrymen” (kith meant “one’s native land”) and “family members.” It gradually took on the present looser sense.
[kith-er-uh] /ˈkɪθ ər ə/ noun 1. a musical instrument of ancient Greece consisting of an elaborate wooden soundbox having two arms connected by a yoke to which the upper ends of the strings are attached. /ˈkɪθərə/ noun 1. a variant of cithara