The Collaborative International Dictionary
Kie \Kie\, n. pl. [Cf. Kee.]
Kine; cows. [Prov. Eng.]
n. (context UK dialect obsolete English) kine; cows
Kiè is a town in the Solenzo Department of Banwa Province in western Burkina Faso. As of 2005 it had a population of 6,212.
Usage examples of "kie".
Raven would trust Wolfgang Kies with an assignment of this importance.
Wolfgang Kies mentioned as the person who took the elf, Moira Alianha, from La Plante?
No official records existed of Wolfgang Kies, which meant I was free of harassment by the city unless I attracted their attention.
John Kies, and I have six wagonloads of goods coming over the trail to open a store in our new town!
The seed he bought from Kies, who seemed to have everything they needed.
Maar als ik er daarentegen voor kies te geloven dat God kwaadaardig is, heb ik in elk geval de troost dat ik Hem kan haten.
After another massage later for a sore gluteal muscle, she saw Susie O'Neill win her 200m butterfly gold on television but was disappointed that American television didn't broadcast Kieren Perkins's golden swim in the 1500m.