Some articles on kin:
... Draic Kin or simply the Kin is a fictional race of ancient dragon-like extraterrestrial sentient beings living on Earth, as featured in the The Longest Journey and ... According to the Arcadian legends, the Kin created the Balance and helped humans Divide the Earth into Stark and Arcadia, thus saving it from imminent destruction ... Consequentially, the Draic Kin have been perceived as the good-nature spirits and the protectors of the Balance ever since ...
... Preceding stop MTR Light Rail Following stop Kin Sang One-way operation 505 Kei Lun towards Siu Hong Kin Sang towards Sam Shing 505 Siu Hong Terminus Kin Sang towards Tuen Mun Ferry Pier 615 Kei Lun towards ...
... The Blue Kin, also known as the Old God, is the second Arcadian Kin and the least prominent in the games ... While the other Kin actively participate in the life of the Twin Worlds, the Blue sleeps on the bottom of the Sea of Songs awaiting the time to leave Earth ... of TLJ, his dragon form is much larger than that of the other Kin, but the players are never shown his human form ...
... Kin (金武町, Kin-chō?, Kunigami Okinawan Chin) is a town located in Kunigami District, Okinawa, Japan ... Additionally, Kin is home to some of the finest awamori, a Japanese spirit, of the main island of Okinawa ... Kin is home to the Dragon Brand of awamori, with a beautiful Buddhist shrine built in 1522, and a 270 meter natural cave known as Kin Shonyudo that doubles as both a place of ...
... The Kin of Ata are Waiting for You (1976) is the second novel by Dorothy Bryant ... Kin was subsequently picked up for publication by Random House, a major publisher, and has remained in print for over 30 years ...
More definitions of "kin":
- (noun): Group of people related by blood or marriage.
Synonyms: kin group, kinship group, kindred, clan, tribe
Famous quotes containing the word kin:
“The wound kills that does not bleed.
It has no nurse nor kin to know
Nor kin to care.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)
“D--n me, stranger, ef you cant stay as long as you please, and Ill give you plenty to eat and drink. Play away, stranger, you kin sleep on the dry spot tonight!”
—Administration in the State of Arka, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)
“For little boys are rancorous
When robbed of any myth,
And spiteful and cantankerous
To all their kin and kith.
But little girls can draw conclusions
And profit from their lost illusions.”
—Phyllis McGinley (19051978)