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- n. Plural form of kyte.
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Their buriall for all menne (sauinge the kinge) is the dogges bealy, and the kytes.
Till a 'their weel-swall'd kytes belyve [well-swelled bellies soon]
(sauinge the kinge) is the dogges bealy, and the kytes.
(deil = devil) (swall'd = swollen, kytes = bellies, belyve = soon) (rive = tear, ie burst)