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Ket

[ ket ]
/ kɛt /
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noun, plural Kets, (especially collectively) Ket for 1.
a member of an Indigenous people of central Siberia, living in widely dispersed communities on tributaries of the Yenisei River, between 60° and 67° N latitude.
the Yeniseian language of the Ket, related only to several now extinct languages of the upper Yenisei.
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Also called Yenisei Ostyak.

Origin of Ket

From Russian, from Ket: Ket, “man, human being”

Other definitions for Ket (2 of 2)

ket-

variant of keto- before a vowel: ketene.
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