kinrick

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Etymology[edit]

The first element is derived from king and the second from rik (kingdom, realm), ultimately from Proto-Germanic *rīkiją (kingdom, realm), cf. Old Norse ríki, Old English rīce. Compare also Dutch koninkrijk, German Königreich, Danish kongerige.

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Noun[edit]

kinrick (plural kinricks)

  1. kingdom