kyste

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kyste

  1. (obsolete) past tense of kysse
    • 1789, Samlede Skrifter, page 204
      Han stod herpaa op, tog Afskeed fra Lycoris, og kyste hendes Haand, i hvor meget hun end vegrede sig derfor.
      Hereupon, he got up, took his leave of Lycoris and kissed her hand, as little as she wanted this.
    • 1843, Jens Baggesens biographie: Udarbeidet fornemmeligen efter hans egne haandskrifter og efterladte litteraire arbeider, page 38
      Fruen gav ham et meget naadigt Smil; thi hun er i Sandhed een af de frommeste Koner i hele Byen, skjøndt hun er skrap; hvorpaa han kyste hendes Haand og gik.
      The lady gave him a very gracious smile; for she is indeed one of the most virtuous wives of the entire city, though she is strict; upon which he kissed her hand and left.
    • 1824, Bernhard Severin Ingemann, Waldemar den Store og hans MŒnd: et episk digte, page 57
      Men Ridderen, som kyste / Den Jomfru lys og skjøn — / Hvo syede om hans Bryste / Det Billed vel iløn? / Hvo har ved Midnatstide / Vel øvet os sligt Spil? / Smaanisser, kan jeg vide, / Har listet sig dertil.
      But the knight who kissed / That virgin, light and beautiful — / Who sewed about his chest / That image, without being seen? / Who has by midnight-time / Played such a trick on us? / Small nisser, I suspect, / Have done so, sneakily.

Dutch[edit]

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kyste

  1. Misspelling of cyste.

French[edit]

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Noun[edit]

kyste m (plural kystes)

  1. cyst (sac which develops in the natural cavities of an organ)

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

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Verb[edit]

kyste

  1. simple past of kysse

Portuguese[edit]

Noun[edit]

kyste m (plural kystes)

  1. (uncommon) Obsolete form of cisto.