kain

1 [keyn]
noun Scot.
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kain

2 [kahyn]
noun

Origin:
1915–20; < Malay: cloth, sarong

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cain or kain (keɪn)
 
n
history (in Scotland and Ireland) payment in kind, usually farm produce paid as rent
 
[C12: from Scottish Gaelic cāin rent, perhaps ultimately from Late Latin canōn tribute (see canon); compare Middle Irish cāin law]
 
kain or kain
 
n
 
[C12: from Scottish Gaelic cāin rent, perhaps ultimately from Late Latin canōn tribute (see canon); compare Middle Irish cāin law]

kain (keɪn)
 
n
history a variant spelling of cain

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Kain further argues the evidence was insufficient to prove that he knew the images depicted actual minors.
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