- n. A male given name, originally used in Scotland, popular in all English-speaking countries in the 20th century.
- Anglicized form of two Gaelic names, Cinaed "born of fire", name of Scottish kings, and the saint's name Cainnech "handsome" , as in the surname MacKenzie. (Wiktionary)
“PRESIDENT CLINTON NAMES KENNETH BRILL TO BE AMBASSADOR TO THE REPUBLIC OF CYPRUS The President today announced his intent to nominate Kenneth”
“PRESIDENT NAMES KENNETH L. SAL.ZAR AS CHAIR OF THE RIO GRANDE COMPACT COMMISSION President Clinton today announced his intention to appoint Kenneth”
“Previously known as “Witchita” and once known as “Trouble Man”, the upcoming Tom Cruise/Cameron Diaz film will now be titled “Knight and Day”, which sounds like a title Kenneth the Page would come up with when pitching a sitcom about a medieval knight transported to modern times and falling in love with a woman with the last name “Day”.”
“I recently ran across mention of a "mystery fish" from the Micronesian island of Yap, in Kenneth Brower's 1983 book, A Song for Satawal.”
“Meanwhile, fired page Kenneth is now working the audience line at the Letterman show, wearing a CBS blazer and toting a Mentalist bag that Tracy somehow covets.”
“It is a small role in Kenneth MacMillan's "Winter Dreams," but provides vital stage time to hone his craft.”
“Kenneth is a moranic cheesehead, that explains a lot.”
“I just prefer to point out that Kenneth is far less of a man than I.”
“FROM SPLASH PAGE: Natalie Portman has a lot to look forward to in Kenneth Branaugh's "Thor" film, which she's scheduled to begin production on soon as Jane Foster.”
“Was there?" said Law when told there was a widely circulated rumor tagging him for a role in Kenneth Branagh's film about the Marvel god of thunder.”
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