Definition of Kinara

1. a candelabra with seven sticks [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kinara

kimrobinsonite
kimzeyite
kin
kin(p)
kin-
kin group
kina
kinaesodic
kinaesthesia
kinaesthesis
kinaesthetic
kinaesthetically
kinakina
kinakinas
kinanesthesia
kinara (current term)
kinaras
kinas
kinase
kinase-splitting membranal proteinase
kinase II
kinases
kinate
kinates
kination
kinboshi
kincajou
kincajous
kinchin
kinchins

Literary usage of Kinara

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Holidays & Celebrations: How to Make Books W/Children by Joy Evans, Jill Norris (1997)
"During Kwanzaa, families light candles in a candle holder called a kinara. Each day of Kwanzaa has a special meaning or principle. ..."

2. Art for All Seasonsby Joy Evans, Jo Ellen Moore by Joy Evans, Jo Ellen Moore (2004)
"A kinara for Kwanzaa STEPS TO FOLLOW 1. Fold the yellow paper in half. ... This is the base of the kinara. 2. Color and cut out the patterns. 3. ..."

3. A Critical and Historical Enquiry Into the Origin of the Third Gospel by P. C. Sense (1901)
"The garment is ornamented with a claims angustus, an inch in width, on the margin, called kinara. The clavus or kinara is of coloured cloth sewn on, ..."

4. Seasonal Activities Grades Prek-K by Joy Evans, Jo Ellen Moore (2007)
"Kwanzaa Count the candles on the kinara Color the candles. I Trace the letters. See the kinara. It is Kwanzaa. See the kinara. ..."

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