Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Of or pertaining to Kent, the southeasternmost county of England.
  • The shouting practised by Orangemen at political meetings, in derision of Roman Catholics. [Eng.]

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  • proper noun The dialect of Modern English spoken in Kent.
  • proper noun A dialect of Old English.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun one of the major dialects of Old English
  • noun a dialect of Middle English

Etymologies

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Kent +‎ -ish

Examples

  • Susanne Lamido reports the story of the Lib Dem councillor from Camden who reckoned he could represent his constituents in Kentish Town while doing a PhD in Arizona.

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  • Susanne Lamido reports the story of the Lib Dem councillor from Camden who reckoned he could represent his constituents in Kentish Town while doing a PhD in Arizona.

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  • Do I remember rightly that, like me, he was brought up in Kentish Town (hardly within the sound of Bow bells) - which was then in the borough of St Pancras (now Camden).

    Fuckin' 'Ell It's Fred Titmus

  • Kent was famous for cherries and for the two varieties of apples known as Kentish codlings and the Flower of Kent.

    Secrets of the Tudor Court

  • Kent was famous for cherries and for the two varieties of apples known as Kentish codlings and the Flower of Kent.

    Secrets of the Tudor Court

  • Kent was famous for cherries and for the two varieties of apples known as Kentish codlings and the Flower of Kent.

    Secrets of the Tudor Court

  • Kent was famous for cherries and for the two varieties of apples known as Kentish codlings and the Flower of Kent.

    Secrets of the Tudor Court

  • Saxons were slain, and they that escaped, wondering how they could do that hurt, having no weapons (as they saw), reported that they struck down men like lions with their tails; and so they ever after were called Kentish

    The Sources and Analogues of 'A Midsummer-night's Dream'

  • In its triple arched screen-wall it recalls the Kentish type of church; its rectangular presbytery between nave and apse is a development of the chancel space which existed west of the spring of the apse at St Pancras.

    The Ground Plan of the English Parish Church

  • It was formed in 1986 from the break-up of London Country Bus Services, and was known as Kentish Bus for most of its existence.

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