Kim

(from the article `Kipling, Rudyard`) ...who had considerable influence on his son`s work, became curator of the Lahore museum, and is described presiding over this `wonder house` in the ...
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Kim

[given name] Kim is a male or female given name. It is also used as a diminutive or nickname for names such as Kimberly, Kimberley, Kimball, Kimiko, or Joakim. A notable use of the name was the fictional street urchin Kimball O`Hara in Rudyard Kipling`s book Kim. From the early 1900s till the 1960s the name Kim was used in English-speaking ...
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Kim

[Korean surname] Kim (occasionally romanized as Gim) is the most common surname in the Korean Peninsula and among the Korean diaspora. The hanja (Chinese character) for Kim is 金, meaning `gold`. The Korean pronunciation varies: as a common noun meaning `gold`, it is pronounced kɯm (금, geum) but, as a surname or in place names, it retai...
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Kim

Kim is a Welsh name for boys and girls. The meaning is `warrior, leader` The name Kim is most commonly given to Dutch girls. (46 times more often than to American girls.) In Norge it is (almost) solely given to boys In Italia, Wallonie and Flanders it is (almost) solely given to girls It is short for: Joachim What do they use in other countries? Ki...
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