- a young guinea fowl.
Origin of keet
An Americanism dating back to 1855–60; imitative
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Examples from the Web for keat
Next day we were brought to Launceston, where Captain Keat delivered us to the jailer.
Captain Keat also was checked, for suffering the prisoners under his charge to be abused.
Next morning Captain Keat brought a kinsman of his, a rude, wicked man, and put him into the room; himself standing without.