adjective see Kent III

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  • Kentish — ist der Name folgender Personen: Oliver Kentish (* 1954), Cellist, Lehrer und Komponist Siehe auch: Kentish Municipality, lokales Verwaltungsgebiet (LGA) im australischen Bundesstaat Tasmanien Bahnhof Kentish Town, Bahnhof im Stadtbezirk London… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Kentish — may be used as a name: *Kentish Council is a local government area in Tasmania, AustraliaKentish may also be an adjective for things relating to the English county of Kent or the former Kingdom of Kent: * Kentish (Anglo Saxon) dialect of Old… …   Wikipedia

  • Kentish — [ken′tish] adj. of Kent or its people or language n. the English dialect spoken in Kent, esp. in its Old English and Middle English stages …   English World dictionary

  • Kentish — This name is of English locational origin and would have been applied to someone from the county of Kent. The county was known as Cantium in 51 B.C. and as Cantia circa 730 in Bede s Historia Ecclesiastica . The name is believed to derive from… …   Surnames reference

  • kentish — adj. of or pertaining to the English county of Kent (England) or its inhabitants; of the Kentish dialect n. dialect of Middle English; one of the main dialects of Old English; dialect of English spoken in Kent (England) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Kentish — Admin ASC 2 Code Orig. name Kentish Country and Admin Code AU.06.63210 AU …   World countries Adminstrative division ASC I-II

  • Kentish — /ˈkɛntɪʃ/ (say kentish) adjective of or relating to Kent …   Australian English dictionary

  • Kentish — adj. of Kent in England. Phrases and idioms: Kentish fire Brit. a prolonged volley of rhythmic applause or a demonstration of dissent. Etymology: OE Centisc f. Cent f. L Cantium …   Useful english dictionary

  • Kentish — /ken tish/, adj. of or pertaining to Kent or its people. [bef. 950; ME Kentissh, OE Centisc. See KENT, ISH1] * * * …   Universalium

  • Kentish — adjective relating to the English county of Kent …   English new terms dictionary

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