Definition of Kayos

1. Noun. (plural of kayo) ¹



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Definition of Kayos

1. kayo [v] - See also: kayo

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kayos

kayakings
kayaks
kayfabe
kayko
kayle
kayles
kaylied
kaymak
kaymakam
kaymakams
kayo
kayoed
kayoes
kayoing
kayoings
kayos (current term)
kaypoh
kays
kayser
kazaam
kazachki
kazachok
kazakhstanite
kazakovite
kazatski
kazatskies
kazatsky
kazatzka
kazatzkas

Literary usage of Kayos

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1. A History of Greek Philosophy from the Earliest Period to the Time of Socrates by Eduard Zeller (1881)
"Schuster, 18 sq., refers the kayos to the ' revelation which nature offers us in audible speech.' But even if we are to understand by etc., ..."

2. Âryan Word-building by George Otis Holbrooke (1910)
"... count, calculate, decide; vi-Ki to count loss, investigate, examine; pra-Ki to remake, recover; ара-Kilos esteemed, honored; kayos heap, crowd; ..."

3. Reliques of Ancient English Poetry: Consisting of Old Heroic Ballads, Songs edited by Thomas Percy (1900)
"Shee kayos, all women will have their willo, 145 This is their chief desyre; Now yield, as thou art a barone true, That I have payd mine hyre. ..."

4. History of Philosophy by Alfred Weber (1896)
"Hence it can only exist in the singular: it is unique, and resembles the immanent reason, the world-soul, or the universal spirit (kayos TOV ..."

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