ken

  1. range of what one can know or understand
  2. the range of vision

Ken

Aikido term: Sword

Ken

Ken was British slang for a house which is a resort for thieves.
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Ken

Ken (kĕn) noun [ Perh. from kennel .] A house; esp., one which is a resort for thieves. [ Slang, Eng.]
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Ken

Ken transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Kenned (kĕnd); present participle & verbal noun Kenning .] [ Middle English kennen to teach, make known, know, Anglo-Saxon cennan to make known, proclaim, or rather fr...
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Ken

Ken intransitive verb To look around. [ Obsolete] Burton.
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Ken

Ken noun Cognizance; view; especially, reach of sight or knowledge. 'Beyond his ken .' Longfellow. « Above the reach and ken of a mortal apprehension.» South. « It was relief to quit the ken And the inquiring looks of men.» Trench....
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ken

noun range of what one can know or understand; `beyond my ken`
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Ken

• (n.) A house; esp., one which is a resort for thieves. • (n. t.) To know; to understand; to take cognizance of. • (n. t.) To recognize; to descry; to discern. • (v. i.) To look around. • (n.) Cognizance; view; especially, reach of sight or knowledge.
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ken

(from the article `Japan`) In 1871 the feudal system was dissolved and the ken, or prefectural, system was established. At first the more than 300 prefectures were mostly the ... Japan is divided into 47 prefectures, 43 of which are ken (prefectures proper), one of which (Tokyo) is a to (metropolitan prefecture); one ... [2 related a...
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ken

(from the article `intercolumniation`) In Japanese architecture, intercolumniation is based on a standard unit, the ken, which is divided into 20 sections, each termed a minute of space; ...
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Ken

Ken is a Japanese boy name. The meaning of the name is `Strength, Health` Where is it used? The name Ken is mainly used In English and In Japanese.It is an abbreviated form of Kenneth, used In Scottish and In English.See also In Scottish and In English: Kenny In Scottish: Kenna In Scottish: Kenina In Scandinavian: Kennet In English: Kenith In ...
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Ken

Ken was British slang for a house which is a resort for thieves.
Found on http://www.probertencyclopaedia.com/browse/ZK.HTM

Ken

[architecture] A 間 is a measurement in Japanese architecture. It has two principal uses: Although mostly supplanted by the metric system, this unit is still in some use in carpentry and other fields. For example, the straw mats called tatami that cover the floors of most Japanese houses are 1-ken long and half ken wide, and floor surfaces...
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Ken

Fist, Sword
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Ken

Tendon
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KEN

Straight double edged sword
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ken

fist or sword
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ken

know
Found on http://www.cs.stir.ac.uk/~kjt/general/scots.html

Ken

[given name] Ken is a masculine given name. It is used either as a given name or as a short form of names starting with `Ken` (like Kenneth, Kenan, Kendrick, Kendall, Kennedy, or Kensuke). Ken is also a Japanese name which can have many different meanings depending on the kanji used. == People == == Fictional characters == == See also == .....
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Ken

[doll] Ken (Ken Carson) is a Mattel toy doll introduced by Mattel in 1961 as the fictional boyfriend of toy doll Barbie introduced in 1959. Similar to his female counterpart, Ken had a fantastically fashionable line of clothing and accessories. In the Barbie mythos, Ken and Barbie met on the set of a TV commercial in 1961. Mattel has never ...
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Ken

A unit of distance equal to 1.818 meters or 6 SHAKU.
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Ken

[magazine] Ken was a short-lived illustrated magazine first issued on April 7, 1938. It was a controversial, political, large format magazine with full page photo spreads, published every two weeks on Thursdays. It contained both articles and stories. Ken was founded by publisher David A. Smart and editor Arnold Gingrich, who earlier had fo...
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