Origin of ked
Examples from the Web for ked
SNAFU—“situation normal: all f--ked up,” as soldiers used to say—was the default position for American policy.
I really learned a lot from it and in some weird f**ked up way it really empowered me.10 Fascinating Porn Star Memoirs: Aurora Snow on Porn Tell-Alls|Aurora Snow|May 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It tuk me nigh a hour to make a hole, so that I ked git my head abovePg 143 the edge, an' see what the neest contained.
Thar feathers war comin' out all over, an' I ked tell that it wudn't be long till they wud take wing.
I ked 'a' swallered the muddiest water as ever war found in a puddle, an' neyther frogs nor tadpoles would 'a' deterred me.
It tuk me nigh an hour to make a hole so that I ked get my head above the edge, and see what the neest contained.The Guerilla Chief|Mayne Reid
After all, the ked khoda of Gavmishl can provide for his son as well as the best in the country.The Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan|James Morier
Word Origin for ked
proprietary name of a brand of canvas sneakers, 1917, registered by United States Rubber Co., N.Y.
We wanted to call it Peds, but ... it came too close to ... other brand names. So we batted it around for awhile and decided on the hardest-sounding letter in the alphabet, K, and called it Keds, that was in 1916. [J.Healey, in R.L. Cohen, "Footwear Industry," x.93]