- n. A person from Kuwait or of Kuwaiti descent.
- adj. Of, from, or pertaining to Kuwait or the Kuwaiti people.
- adj. of or relating to the capital of Kuwait or its residents
- adj. of or relating to the kingdom of Kuwait or its people
- n. a native or inhabitant of Kuwait
“RORY MAYBERRY, FORMER SUBCONTRACTOR EMPLOYEE, FIRST KUWAITI: I believe these men were kidnapped by First Kuwaiti to work in the U.S. embassy.”
“SHEIKH SAAD AL-ABDULLA AL-SABAH, KUWAITI CROWN PRINCE: In my name, and in the name of the Kuwaiti people, we come to the American embassy in Kuwait to express our feelings and to deplore these attacks which happened in the United States.”
“It might seem obvious that 4 female MPs, a great moment in Kuwaiti history, is change enough but we must look more closely to see even more change.”
“Premium gasoline costs eighty-seven cents a gallon — or, to put that in Kuwaiti currency (at $3.34 to the dinar), nothing.”
“The papers name a Kuwaiti major, a member of the ruling Kuwaiti al-Sabbah family, as his “handler”, and state that he was also tasked to “perform terrorist acts inside and outside Iraq.””
“On Thursday, they were driving the last of 360 miles south to K-crossing, what soldiers call the Kuwaiti line.”
“Plz do not miss MONYA, this is so called Kuwaiti girl who is a doctor and a singer.”
“Even though its true that the (MOC) is making the "Kuwaiti" society move backwards,”
“It seems the name 'Kuwaiti' connotes passion, ignoring the fact that passion is not the right standard to realize interests, profits and losses.”
Looking for tweets for Kuwaiti.