- the Sumerian goddess personifying earth: the counterpart of the Akkadian Aruru.
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Examples from the Web for ki
The other is KI—pronounced “chee”—is a deep concept, son, referring to the Chinese vital life force—way before Obi Wan.National Scrabble Day: A Poem So You’ll Know All 101 Two-Letter Words
April 13, 2013
Not being a magician, as you pretend you are, I can give you none, Ki.
Ki considered her, till she who ever feared and hated him shrank before his gaze.
Well, Ki, as you can pass in here without my leave, why do you ask it?
Moreover, I too felt that of which Ki spoke, as though I had known you for thousands of years.
The knowledge that Ki has he does not get from moths or beetles.
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