kine-

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See also: kine, Kine, kiné, kině, and kiñe

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Etymology 1[edit]

From New Latin, from Ancient Greek κῑνέω (kīnéō, to move).

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kine-

  1. Combining form denoting movement. Alternate form, cine-.
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Etymology 2[edit]

From Middle English kyne-, from Old English cyne- (royal, kingly), from Proto-Germanic *kuni-, *kuniz (offspring, generation, race), from Proto-Indo-European *ǵene-, *ǵnē- (to give birth, be born). More at kin, kind.

Prefix[edit]

kine-

  1. (obsolete, no longer productive) Prefix occurring in words signifying royalty or kingship.
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