[kik-ee] /ˈkɪk i/
adjective, kickier, kickiest. Slang.
pleasurably amusing or exciting:
a kicky tune.
1790, “clever; showy, gaudy,” from kick (n.) + -y (2). Meaning “full of thrills, providing kicks” is from 1968.
- Kid around
verb phrase To jest and banter; avoid seriousness; fool around (1940s+) Engage in good-humored fooling, joking, or teasing. For example, He’s always kidding around with the other boys. [ First half of 1900s ]
- Kidasa software
company A company which develops project management software for Microsoft Windows. (http://kidasa.com). (1996-07-22)
- Kid cam
noun See kiddie cam See nanny cam
[kid] /kɪd/ noun 1. Informal. a child or young person. 2. (used as a familiar form of address.) 3. a young goat. 4. leather made from the skin of a kid or goat, used in making shoes and gloves. 5. a glove made from this leather. verb (used with or without object), kidded, kidding. 6. […]