Word Origin for Kesh
Examples from the Web for kesh
Clavijo (Markham p. 123) says it was Tmrs first intention to be buried near his father, in Kesh.
In Kesh lay Bq Tarkhn with 1000 to 2000 men, in a position to join us after a couple of days.
How if we sent letters to this Majesty of Kesh, saying, 'Thou hast heard our tale, thou knowest all our woe.
Must I now, in my age, undertake another war against the terrible sons of Kesh also?
Kesh; a rough bridge over a river or morass, made with poles, wickerwork, &c.—overlaid with bushes and scraws (green sods).English As We Speak It in Ireland|P. W. Joyce