kine

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See also: Kine, kiné, kiñe, and kine-

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From Middle English kyn, kuin, kiin, kien, variant (double plural) of Middle English ky, kye(cows), equivalent to ky, kye +‎ -en. Alternative etymology derives Middle English kyn from Old English cȳna(cows', of cows), genitive plural of (cow). More at cow.

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kine

  1. (archaic or dialectal) plural form of cow

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