(kth), n. [OE. kith, cu, AS. ce, c, native land, fr. c known. 45. See Uncouth, Can, and cf. Kythe.] Acquaintance; kindred.
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And my near kith for that will sore me shend.
W. Browne.
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The sage of his kith and the hamlet.
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Kith and kin, kindred more or less remote.
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