kined


kined
kìnēd m <G kinéda>
DEFINICIJA
pov.
1. pejor. u antici, homoseksualac
2. plesač lascivnih plesova
3. razvratnik
ETIMOLOGIJA
grč. kínaidos: razvratnik

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  • kined — bus·kined; …   English syllables

  • bus|kined — «BUHS kihnd», adjective. 1. shod or covered with buskins. 2. Figurative. of or having to do with tragic drama. 3. Figurative. lofty or elevated, as language …   Useful english dictionary

  • Buskined — Bus kined, a. 1. Wearing buskins. [1913 Webster] Her buskined virgins traced the dewy lawn. Pope. [1913 Webster] 2. Trodden by buskins; pertaining to tragedy. The buskined stage. Milton. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Saint Caradec — Il y a eu plusieurs saint Caradec ou saint Carantec qui ont été confondus au fil de l histoire, mais qui sont des saints bretons plus ou moins mythiques non reconnus officiellement par l église catholique romaine. Sommaire 1 Les trois saint… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • bus — al·bus; am·bus·ca·do; ar·bus·cle; ar·bus·cu·lar; ar·bus·cule; ar·bus·tum; au·to·bus; bar·bus; bom·bus; bul·bus; bus·boy; bus·by; bus; bus·kin; bus·kined; bus·man; bus·sock; bus·su; bus·tard; bus·tee; bus·tic; bus·tled; bus·tler; bus·to;… …   English syllables

  • buskined — bus·kined …   English syllables

  • buskin — bus•kin [[t]ˈbʌs kɪn[/t]] n. 1) clo a thick soled, laced boot or half boot 2) anq clo sbz Also called cothurnus 2) the high, thick soled shoe worn by ancient Greek and Roman tragedians. 3) sbz tragic drama; tragedy Compare sock I, 3) • Etymology …   From formal English to slang


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