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NounEdit

kinge (plural kinges)

  1. Obsolete spelling of king
    • 1474, Caxton, Game and Playe of the Chesse[1]:
      And than we wyll begynne at the pawne whiche standeth to fore the rooke on the right side of the kinge for as moche as this pawne apperteyneth to serue the vicaire or lieutenant of the kynge and other officers vnder hym of necessaryes of vitayll/

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IsubuEdit

EtymologyEdit

A loanword, from English king.

NounEdit

kinge (plural bakinge)

  1. a king

ReferencesEdit

  • Joseph Merrick, Alfred Saker, A Grammar of the Isubu Tongue (1852)