Definition of Kishka

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of kishke) ¹



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Definition of Kishka

1. kishke [n -S] - See also: kishke

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kishka

kirtan
kirtankar
kirtankars
kirtans
kirtle
kirtled
kirtles
kirumbo
kis
kisan
kisans
kish
kishes
kishka (current term)
kishkas
kishke
kishkes
kisir
kismat
kismats
kismet
kismetic
kismets
kiss'd
kiss-and-tell

Literary usage of Kishka

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1. The History of North America by Guy Carleton Lee, Francis Newton Thorpe (1904)
"... and kishka. His crew had suffered miserably from the scurvy, a large majority had died, and the rest remained for nine months upon Bering Island. ..."

2. The Cyclopædia of India and of Eastern and Southern Asia: Commercial by Edward Balfour (1885)
"Of the grasses eaten by cattle, Sir A. Burnes mentions that three are cultivated in Kabul,— kishka or Medicago sativa, ..."

3. The Pacific Slope and Alaska by Joseph Schafer (1904)
"... kishka. His crew had suffered miserably from the scurvy, a large majority had died, and the rest remained for nine months upon Bering Island. ..."

4. A History of the Church of Russia by Andrew Nicholaevich Mouravieff (1842)
"The new metropolitan of the Uniates, Leo kishka, the successor of Cyprian, had succeeded in a council convoked at Zamost, in openly establishing the Unia ..."

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