noun Scot. and North England.
Origin of kyte
Examples from the Web for kyte
But look out, Captain Kyte, those fellows in the bush mean fight.
"Look now," said Kyte to his companion, pointing along the tops of the hills.
The matter was more serious for Kyte than any one else on board.
For mercy's sake, you never came all the way from Wendover to Charlottesville to ask that question, did you, Mr. Kyte?
But Mr. Kyte excused himself, saying that he could not leave his business long, and must start for Wendover the next morning.