Word Origin for Kesh
Words nearby Kesh
How to use Kesh in a sentence
I remember how deeply the 1981 hunger strike by Bobby Sands and the other Irish prisoners in Long Kesh shocked my conscience.
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
Wesh Bromp'n—shingl'—cold 'th bit o' lemon—loo' sharp—'r else shan't kesh my train!Mr. Punch's Life in London|Various
Drunk with passion and with wine, Amathel, Prince of Kesh, leaned his heavy head upon his hand and stared like the rest.
How if we sent letters to this Majesty of Kesh, saying, 'Thou hast heard our tale, thou knowest all our woe.
It was a dog's trick, Mermes, for after all your blood is purer and more ancient than that of the present kings of Kesh.