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English - Pronunciation

* enPR: kĭng, IPA(key): /kɪŋ/ * (US, also) enPR: kēng, IPA(key): /kiːŋ/ * Rhymes: -ɪŋ

Que a categoria em ENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 1
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English - Etymology 1

From Middle English _king_, _kyng_, from Old English _cyng_, _cyning_ (“king”), from Proto-Germanic _*kuningaz_, _*kunungaz_ (“king”), equivalent to _kin_ +‎ _-ing_. Cognate with Scots _king_ (“king”), North Frisian _köning_ (“king”), West Frisian _kening_ (“king”), Dutch _koning_ (“king”), Low German _Koning_, _Köning_ (“king”), German _König_ (“king”), Danish _konge_ (“king”), Swedish _konung_, _kung_ (“king”), Icelandic _konungur_, _kóngur_ (“king”). ALTERNATIVE FORMS * kyng (archaic), kynge (archaic) NOUN KING (_plural_ KINGS) * A male monarch; a man who heads a monarchy. If it's an absolute monarchy, then he is the supreme ruler of his nation. _Henry VIII was the KING of England from 1509 to 1547._ * A powerful or influential person. _Howard Stern styled himself as the "KING of all media"._ * 1907, Robert W. Chambers, chapter I, _The Younger Set_: "I wish we were back in Tenth Street. But so many children came […] and the Tenth Street house wasn't half big enough; and a dreadful speculative builder built this house and persuaded Austin to buy it. Oh, dear, and here we are among the rich and great; and the steel KINGS and copper KINGS and oil KINGS and their heirs and dauphins. […]" * Something that has a preeminent position. _In times of financial panic, cash is KING._ * A component of certain games. * The principal chess piece, that players seek to threaten with unavoidable capture to result in a victory by checkmate. It is often the tallest piece, with a symbolic crown with a cross at the top. * A playing card with the image of a king on it. * A checker (a piece of checkers/draughts) that reached the farthest row forward, thus becoming crowned (either by turning it upside-down, or by stacking another checker on it) and gaining more freedom of movement. * (UK, slang) A king skin. _Oi mate, have you got KINGS?_ * A male dragonfly; a drake. * A king-sized bed. * 2002, Scott W. Donkin, ‎Gerard Meyer, _Peak Performance: Body and Mind_ (page 119) Try asking for a king-size bed next time because KINGS are usually firmer. COORDINATE TERMS * (monarch): emperor, empress, maharajah, prince, princess, queen, regent, royalty, viceroy * (playing card): ace, jack, joker, queen DERIVED TERMS SEE ALSO * (_chess pieces_) CHESSMAN, CHESS PIECE, CHESS PIECE; bishop,‎ castle/‎rook,‎ king,‎ knight,‎ pawn,‎ queen (Category: en:Chess) [edit] * (_playing cards_) PLAYING CARD; ace, deuce, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, jack, queen, KING, joker TRANSLATIONS VERB KING (_third-person singular simple present_ KINGS, _present participle_ KINGING, _simple past and past participle_ KINGED) * To crown king, to make (a person) king. * 1982, South Atlantic Modern Language Association, _South Atlantic Review_, Volume 47, page 16, The KINGING of Macbeth is the business of the first part of the play […] . * 2008, William Shakespeare, A. R. Braunmuller (editor), _Macbeth_, Introduction, page 24, One narrative is the KINGING and unkinging of Macbeth; the other narrative is the attack on Banquo's line and that line's eventual accession and supposed Jacobean survival through Malcolm's successful counter-attack on Macbeth. * To rule over as king. * _c._ 1599, William Shakespeare, _The Life of Henry the Fifth_, Act 2, Scene 4, And let us do it with no show of fear; / No, with no more than if we heard that England / Were busied with a Whitsun morris-dance; / For, my good liege, she is so idly KING’D, / Her sceptre so fantastically borne / By a vain, giddy, shallow, humorous youth, / That fear attends her not. * To perform the duties of a king. * 1918, Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen,

From Middle English king, kyng, from Old English cyng, cyning (king), from Proto-Germanic *kuningaz, *kunungaz (king), equivalent to kin +‎ -ing. Cognate with Scots king (king), North Frisian köning (king), West Frisian kening (king), Dutch koning (king), Low German Koning, Köning (king), German König (king), Danish konge (king), Swedish konung, kung (king), Icelandic konungur, kóngur (king).

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Noun

king (plural kings)

  1. A male monarch; a man who heads a monarchy. If it's an absolute monarchy, then he is the supreme ruler of his nation.
    Henry VIII was the king of England from 1509 to 1547.
  2. A powerful or influential person.
    Howard Stern styled himself as the "king of all media".
  3. Something that has a preeminent position.
    In times of financial panic, cash is king.
  4. A component of certain games.
    1. The principal chess piece, that players seek to threaten with unavoidable capture to result in a victory by checkmate. It is often the tallest piece, with a symbolic crown with a cross at the top.
    2. A playing card with the image of a king on it.
    3. A checker (a piece of checkers/draughts) that reached the farthest row forward, thus becoming crowned (either by turning it upside-down, or by stacking another checker on it) and gaining more freedom of movement.
  5. (UK, slang) A king skin.
    Oi mate, have you got kings?
  6. A male dragonfly; a drake.
  7. A king-sized bed.
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Verb

king (third-person singular simple present kings, present participle kinging, simple past and past participle kinged)

  1. To crown king, to make (a person) king.
  2. To rule over as king.
  3. To perform the duties of a king.

English - Etymology 2

NOUN KING (_plural_ KINGS) * alternative form of _qing_ (Chinese musical instrument)

Noun

king (plural kings)

  1. alternative form of qing (Chinese musical instrument)

Que a categoria em ENGLISH - ANAGRAMS
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English - Anagrams

* gink

Que a categoria em ESTONIAN - NOUN
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Estonian - Noun

KING (_genitive_ KINGA, _partitive_ KINGA) * shoe DECLENSION QUOTATIONS

king (genitive kinga, partitive kinga)

  1. shoe

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Que a categoria em MANX - ETYMOLOGY
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Manx - Etymology

From Old Irish _ceinn_, _cinn_ genitive singular and nominative plural, respectively, of _cenn_ (“head”).

From Old Irish ceinn, cinn genitive singular and nominative plural, respectively, of cenn (head).

Que a categoria em MANX - NOUN
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Manx - Noun

KING m * genitive singular of _kione_ * plural form of _kione_

king m

  1. genitive singular of kione
  2. plural form of kione

Que a categoria em TOK PISIN - ETYMOLOGY
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Tok Pisin - Etymology

From English _king_.

From English king.

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Tok Pisin - Noun

KING * king

king

  1. king


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