• Kye

    Origin 1

    From Middle English ky, kye, from Old English ("cows"), plural of ("cow"). Cognate with Dutch koeien ("cows"), German Kühe ("cows"), Danish køer ("cows"), Icelandic kýr ("cows"). More at cow.

    Noun

    plural

    1. (archaic or dialectal)

      kye

      (irregular plural of cow)
      • 1932, Lewis Grassic Gibbon, Sunset Song, Polygon 2006 (A Scots Quair), p. 23:devil the move would the factor at Meikle House make to mend the roof of the byre that leaked like a sieve on the head of Mistress Munro when she milked the kye on a stormy night.

    Origin 2

    From Korean.

    Full definition of kye

    Noun

    kye

    (plural kyes)
    1. A Korean fundraising meeting.

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