noun Informal Older Use. (esp. in the Midwest)
Origin of Kentuck
Examples from the Web for kentuck
Kentuck, said Pug very weakly; collar hold o that Germ elmet o mine.Grapes of wrath|Boyd Cable
When Kentuck had left him, he stood for some time irresolute, with no wish for rest, and no desire to go anywhere in particular.
Bob Matheny's darter has a right to what leetle dust pans out o' Kentuck's claim.
"Never had a better man to Wilson's Bar," responded Kentuck, decidedly, as he cast his quid under the table.
We marches north to Lexington, in Kentuck' but am gone befo' de battle to Louisville.Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves.|Work Projects Administration