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التي في فئةENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY
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English - Etymology

From Middle English _kednei_, _kidenei_, from earlier _kidnēre_, _kidenēre_ (“kidney”). Of obscure origin and formation. Probably a compound consisting of Middle English _*kid_, _*quid_ (“belly, womb”), from Old English _cwiþ_, _cwiþa_ (“belly, womb, stomach”) + Middle English _nēre_ (“kidney”), from Old English _*nēora_ (“kidney”), from Proto-Germanic _*neurô_ (“kidney”), from Proto-Indo-European _*negʷh-r-_ (“kidney”). If so, then related to Scots _nere_, _neir_ (“kidney”), Saterland Frisian _Njuure_ (“kidney”), Dutch _nier_ (“kidney”), German _Niere_ (“kidney”), Danish _nyre_ (“kidney”), Swedish _njure_ (“kidney”), Ancient Greek _νεφρός_ (nephrós). Alternate etymology traces the first element to Old English _cēod_, _codd_ (“sack, scrotum”), from Proto-Germanic _*keudō_ (“sack”) as the terms for testicle and kidney were often interchangeable in Germanic (compare Old High German _nioro_ (“kidney", also "testicle”), Old Swedish _vig-niauri_ (“testicle”). More at codpiece.

From Middle English kednei, kidenei, from earlier kidnēre, kidenēre (kidney). Of obscure origin and formation. Probably a compound consisting of Middle English *kid, *quid (belly, womb), from Old English cwiþ, cwiþa (belly, womb, stomach) + Middle English nēre (kidney), from Old English *nēora (kidney), from Proto-Germanic *neurô (kidney), from Proto-Indo-European *negʷh-r- (kidney). If so, then related to Scots nere, neir (kidney), Saterland Frisian Njuure (kidney), Dutch nier (kidney), German Niere (kidney), Danish nyre (kidney), Swedish njure (kidney), Ancient Greek νεφρός (nephrós).

Alternate etymology traces the first element to Old English cēod, codd (sack, scrotum), from Proto-Germanic *keudō (sack) as the terms for testicle and kidney were often interchangeable in Germanic (compare Old High German nioro (kidney", also "testicle), Old Swedish vig-niauri (testicle). More at codpiece.

التي في فئةENGLISH - PRONUNCIATION
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English - Pronunciation

* (UK) IPA(key): /ˈkɪdni/

  • (UK) IPA(key): /ˈkɪdni/

التي في فئةENGLISH - NOUN
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English - Noun

KIDNEY (_plural_ KIDNEYS) * An organ in the body that filters the blood, producing urine. * This organ (of an animal) cooked as food. * (figuratively, dated) Constitution, temperament, nature, type, character, disposition. (usually used of people) * 1599, William Shakespeare, _The Merry Wives of Windsor_, Act V Falstaff: " … think of that, – a man of my kidney, – think of that, …" * L'Estrange millions in the world of this man's KIDNEY * Burns Your poets, spendthrifts, and other fools of that KIDNEY, pretend, forsooth, to crack their jokes on prudence. * (obsolete, slang) A waiter. (Can we find and add a quotation of Tatler to this entry?) SYNONYMS * rein * nephros * ren DERIVED TERMS TRANSLATIONS

kidney (plural kidneys)

  1. An organ in the body that filters the blood, producing urine.
  2. This organ (of an animal) cooked as food.
  3. (figuratively, dated) Constitution, temperament, nature, type, character, disposition. (usually used of people)
  4. (obsolete, slang) A waiter.
    (Can we find and add a quotation of Tatler to this entry?)

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التي في فئةENGLISH - SEE ALSO
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English - See Also

* renal * suprarenal


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