Origin of keta
1900–05; < Russian kéta, earlier ketá < Evenki (eastern dialects) kēta, or < cognates in other Tungusic languages
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Examples from the Web for keta
A male slave is called a Keta, and costs about thirty Mohurs.An Account of The Kingdom of Nepal
Fancis Buchanan Hamilton
Sharp waves and splashes and two rows of foam indicated the approaching advance guard of the keta.
He had asked the commander of my brother's garrison to permit Dimitri to return home to help with the keta fishing!
Synopsis of biological data on the chum salmon, Oncorhynchus keta (Walbaum) 1792.Whales, Dolphins, and Porpoises of the Western North Atlantic