Keats

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Etymology[edit]

Fom a Middle English byname meaning “kite” (bird), from kete, from Old English cȳta (kite, bittern), from Proto-Germanic *kūtijô, diminutive of *kūts (bird of prey), from Proto-Indo-European *gū- (to cry, screech).

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Keats

  1. A patronymic surname​.
  2. John Keats (1795–1821), English poet and key figure of the Romantic movement.

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  • Keats at OneLook Dictionary Search

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