How does the word sound?
History of this Word
"kin" is from "kin" (little one) spoken by people in England during 1100-1550 A.D.
A word ending that indicates little or dear. Created by people to expand meaning of words. Can be added to the end of many words.
Examples of how the word is used
|Related to cranes, the limpkin is active mainly at night.|
|These manikins, between 6 to 7 inches in length, were made from solid pieces of ivory.|