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Historical Examples of kentuckian
His accent, which was Kentuckian and therefore Southern, had helped him also.The Rock of Chickamauga
Joseph A. Altsheler
Rousseau is a Kentuckian, and it is very encouraging to learn that he talks as he does.
He is a Kentuckian by birth, and says he has kinfolks every-where.
But when the Kentuckian pointed his revolver at the speaker, they pulled to the shore at once.A Lieutenant at Eighteen
MacKinstry, a tall Kentuckian, saluted, and was the first one to speak.Trent's Trust and Other Stories
U.S. state, earlier a county of Virginia, organized 1776; the name is of Iroquois or Shawnee origin, perhaps a Wyandot (Iroquoian) word meaning "meadow" (cf. Seneca geda'geh "at the field"); the river name seems to have been the original use in English; the native use perhaps was first in reference to a village in Clark County known in Shawnee as Eskippakithiki. Related: Kentuckian.