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kyte

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[ kahyt ]
/ kaɪt /
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noun Scot. and North England.
the paunch; stomach; belly.
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Origin of kyte

1530–40; perhaps <Scandinavian; compare Icelandic kȳta stomach of the blenny
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British Dictionary definitions for kyte

kyte

kite

/ (kəɪt) /

noun
Scot the belly

Word Origin for kyte

C16: of uncertain origin
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