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  • Reading io kunes, io kunes, sophos ge o kunes, kalos ge o kunes.

    On Hunting

  • Well then, consider whether this pur is not foreign; for the word is not easily brought into relation with the Hellenic tongue, and the Phrygians may be observed to have the same word slightly changed, just as they have udor (water) and kunes (dogs), and many other words.

    The CRATYLUS

  • Al. {io kunes, io kakos} = "To her, dogs! that won't do!"

    The Sportsman

  • SOCRATES: Well then, consider whether this pur is not foreign; for the word is not easily brought into relation with the Hellenic tongue, and the Phrygians may be observed to have the same word slightly changed, just as they have udor (water) and kunes (dogs), and many other words.

    Cratylus

  • [Greek: Ex_o kunes] was a prevalent expression among the Jews.

    The Dog

  • They are fed at the reserve as domestic pigs but they would originally graze grass, as the kune kunes root very little because of their turned up nose.

    Stuff.co.nz - Stuff

  • Kune kunes can also be toilet trained - making them good pets.

    Stuff.co.nz - Stuff

  • Willowbank currently have four adult kune kunes, four juveniles and now the six piglets.

    Stuff.co.nz - Stuff

  • The kune kune society has had a further say, warning that too many wannabe mini pig owners rush in without knowing their kune kunes from their Gloucester Old Spots.

    The Guardian World News

  • Farmer focus: What to do with kune kunes, asks Robert Neill

    FWi - All News

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