- Sir, Arthurian Romance. the rude, boastful foster brother and seneschal of Arthur.
- Ulysses Simp·son [simp-suh n] /ˈsɪmp sən/, 1917–1995, U.S. composer.
- a female or male given name: from a Greek word meaning “rejoice.”
Examples from the Web for kay
Contemporary Examples of kay
There was the ill-fated reelection campaign of Senator Kay Hagan in North Carolina, who lost to Republican Thom Tillis.Latinos Aren’t a ‘Cheap Date’ for Democrats Anymore
Ruben Navarrette Jr.
November 11, 2014
The rest of the losses came in Romney red states, plus purple North Carolina (where Sen. Kay Hagan lost by only 1.7 percent).Obama: Lamest Duck Ever?
November 6, 2014
For months, first term Democratic incumbent Kay Hagan has managed to cling to slim lead that has defied national factors.In Tarheel State, Democratic Senate Incumbent Bucks National GOP Trend
October 20, 2014
Incumbent Democrat Kay Hagan is steadily but narrowly leading GOP challenger Thom Tillis.Who Are the Judicial Activists Now?
October 7, 2014
Republican Sens. John Cornyn and Kay Bailey Hutchison as well as House Democrats supported McCrum for the job.Fact-Checking the Sunday Shows: August 31
August 31, 2014
Historical Examples of kay
You're kay bueno yourself, because you take Good Indian's part.Good Indian
B. M. Bower
"That shall be done," said Kay, a little bitterness in his tone.
Kay brought her to the heap of junk and placed the box on top of it.
She had managed to insert it in the door, hoping that Kay would find it.
Kay wheeled the machine up to it, and filled up with gas and oil.
- Sir Kay (in Arthurian legend) the braggart foster brother and steward of King Arthur
Word Origin and History for kay
fem. proper name, often a shortening of Katherine. As a given name for girls, from 1890s in the U.S.; in the top 100 for girls born there 1936-1945.