Kames, Henry Home, Lord

Kames, Henry Home, Lord, Scottish judge and philosopher, born in Berwickshire; became an advocate in 1723 and judge in 1752; wrote books on law, “Essays on Morality and Natural Religion,” and other philosophical works, in which he indulged in a wide and often fanciful range of speculation; was noted for his sociality and public spirit, and died at Edinburgh (1696-1782).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Kamchatka * Kampen
Kaleidoscope
Kalevale
Kali
Kálidása
Kalmar
Kalmucks
Kalpa
Kalpi
Kâma
Kamchatka
Kames, Henry Home, Lord
Kampen
Kamptulicon
Kamthi
Kanara
Kanaris, Constantin
Kandahar
Kandy
Kane, Elisha Kent
Kane, Sir Robert
Kansas