kyte

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Etymology[edit]

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Noun[edit]

kyte (plural kytes)

  1. Belly, stomach
    • c. 1592, Rob Stene, "Rob Stene's Dream":
      To cleith his bak, and fill his wame,
      Not sparing napir wyld, nor tame,
      Could not content his emptie kyte,
      Nor quenche his greidy appetyte.

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