noun, plural Kets, (especially collectively) Ket for 1.
Origin of Ket
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Lasket, las′ket, n. a loop of line at the foot of a sail, to which to fasten an extra sail.
Ket took what seemed to him the only possible course to avert the doom of a ruined peasantry, and failed.
So Logary arose and said, "Ket shall never carve the boar for all of us."
Relations between Ket and the Norwich authorities soon became strained to breaking point.
One day thereafter Ket made a foray on the men of Ross, and carried away a spoil of cattle.