Definition of Kenos
1. keno [n] - See also: keno
Lexicographical Neighbors of Kenos
Literary usage of Kenos
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Imaginary Conversations of Literary Men and Statesmen by Walter Savage Landor (1829)
"occasion at the hands of kenos. To peculate, to prevaricate, ... I would not contend, even with men able and worthier to contend with me than kenos is. ..."
2. The Origin of Language and Nations: Hieroglyfically, Etymologically, and ...by Rowland Jones by Rowland Jones (1764)
"... imperium and empire come from impero, to command ; which is from the Celtic peri, to bid. EMPTY, INSIPID or IMPERTINENT; COFG ; kenos ; INANIS. ..."
3. Foster's Complete Hoyle: An Encyclopedia of All the Indoor Games Played at by Robert Frederick Foster (1897)
"If two kenos are made on the same number, they divide the pool equally. CHUCK-LUCK. This game is sometimes called Su'eat, and again, but erroneously, ..."