Definition for kansas (2 of 3)
noun, plural Kan·sas, (especially collectively) Kan·sa for 1.
Definition for kansas (3 of 3)
noun Hindu Legend.
Examples from the Web for kansas
"That was crazy," Lynn Jenkins of Kansas muttered to another member as she walked to greet Boehner.Democrats Accidentally Save Boehner From Republican Coup|Ben Jacobs, Jackie Kucinich|January 6, 2015|DAILY BEAST
Texas Republicans, for example, got close to half the vote among Latinos in that state, and similar results were found in Kansas.
Kansas, Nebraska, Wyoming, Idaho, and Utah will never come anywhere close to being purple.
An 18-year-old was killed by police officers after opening fire on a cop with two guns in Kansas City in late October.
These agricultural pests migrate in mid-summer to the Rocky Mountains from Kansas and Nebraska to beat the heat.
The Kansas and Arkansas lists are taken from the record of small flocks and are not very reliable.The Dollar Hen|Milo M. Hastings
Opinions likewise differ as to the effect which this incident had on the history of Kansas.The Anti-Slavery Crusade|Jesse Macy
Incidentally Kansas ranks next to Nebraska in dearth of trees.How To Write Special Feature Articles|Willard Grosvenor Bleyer
Then he went all through Kansas and Colorado, gathering pore stockmen what had been robbed and ruined by the rich men's law.Curly|Roger Pocock
These selections from letters home tell how I came into Kansas and how I adventured there.Adventures While Preaching the Gospel of Beauty|Nicholas Vachel Lindsay
British Dictionary definitions for kansas
Word Origin and History for kansas
named for the river, which is named for the native people, from French variant of Kansa, native name of the Siouan people who lived there (1722). It is a plural (see Arkansas). Established as a U.S. territory in 1854, admitted as a state 1861. Related: Kansan.