See also: kisi, kîsi, kişi, ķīsi, ķīsī, and ķīši

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Kisi

  1. An African language of the Bantu family spoken in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.

Etymology 2Edit

Proper nounEdit

Kisi

  1. Alternative form of Jixi
    • 1968, 1967 News Dictionary[1], Facts on File, OCLC 24528081, page 57:
      The posters, put up by a delegation from the provincial town of Kisi (Chi-hsi), claimed that disloyal army troops and a mob of over 100,000 anti-Maoist workers had carried out an armed attack on 60,000 Maoists in Kisi May 14-15, killing or wounding an “unaccountable number” of them.
    • 1980, Tregar, T.R., China: A Geographical Survey[2], Hodder and Stoughton, →ISBN, OCLC 905300719, OL 10617547M, page 219:
      Other large Heilungkiang mines are sited at Kisi and Shwangyashan, which produced 5-8 million and 2-3 million tons respectively in 1957¹⁹.

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