kina cowardly fellers, them mush-rats, so I brung it myself.
Kit then pointed to the one who was talking with me, and said "kina" to the other.
“Any one would think your father wanted to go into the kina trade,” said Cyril, who was rapidly recovering his spirits.
That the head-man of the kina gatherers gave orders that they were to be pastured here.
He says they are taking the kina down to the port, and that they will halt here to rest.
Then I listens, and don't hear nothin' only a kina wallerin' noise an' a slobber like he was gulpin' mud.
kina,” he called, “tell Chama to keep her toys picked up, or she might be needing a new father.
From kina, hina, originated the Icelandic and Swedish pastpositive def.