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Kai-anʹians

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The sixth Persian dynasty. The semi-historic period (B.C. 660–331). So called because they took for their affix the term kai (mighty), called by the Greeks Ku (Kuros), and by the Romans Cy (Cyrus).

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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K.C.B
K.G
K.K
K.O.B. (i.e. the King’s Own Borderers)
Ka Me, Ka Thee
Kaaba (Arabic, kabah, a square house)
Kabibonokka (North - American Indian)
Kadris
Kaffir (Arabic, Kâfir, an infidel)
Kai-Omurs (the mighty Omurs)
Kai-anians
Kailyal
Kain Hens
Kaiser
Kajak
Kaled
Kaleda (Sclavonic mythology)
Kali
Kaliyuga
Kalmar
Kalmucks