Complete Definition of "king"

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English

rank|women|cried|general|360|king|nature|answered|thousand

Etymology
Image:Koenig (Schach).jpg|thumb|The white and black kings (chess)
Old English cyning, from Germanic *kuningaz. Cognate with Dutch koning, German König, Swedish konung.

Pronunciation
enPR|/kÄ­ng/, IPA|/kɪÅ/, SAMPA|/kIN/
audio|en-us-king.ogg|Audio (US)
rhymes|ɪÅ

Noun
en-noun

  1. A male monarch; member of a royal family who is the supreme ruler of his nation.

#: Henry VIII was the king of England from 1509 to 1547.

  1. idiomatic A powerful or influential person.

#: Howard Stern styled himself as the "king of all media".

  1. chess The principal playing piece in chess which moves only once square per move (except in castling), but in all eight directions, but cannot move into check (threat of attack).
  2. A playing card with the image of a king on it.
Translations
trans-top|a male of a royal family who is the supreme ruler of his nation
Akkadian: t|akk|scXsux|ð|trLUGAL
Albanian: t-|sq|mbret|m|xs=Albanian
Arabic: ARchar|ÙÙÙ (málik) m
Aramaic:
Armenian: Õ©Õ¡Õ£Õ¡Õ¾Õ¸Ö (t῾agavor)
Bosnian: t-|bs|kralj|m
Breton: roue m, rouaned / -ed p
Catalan: rei m
Chinese: å½ç (guówáng)
Croatian: t+|hr|kralj|m
Czech: t-|cs|král|m
Danish: t-|da|konge|c
Dutch: t+|nl|koning|m
Esperanto: t-|eo|reÄo|xs=Esperanto
Estonian: t-|et|kuningas
Ewe: fiaÅutsu m
Finnish: t+|fi|kuningas
French: t+|fr|roi|m
Frisian: kening m
Gaulish: rix
German: t+|de|König|m
Greek: t+|el|βαÏιλιάÏ|trvasiliás|scGrek
Hebrew: ×××|×Ö¶×Ö¶×Ö° (meleḥ) m
Hindi: राà¤à¤¾ (rÄjÄ)
Hittite: t|hit|scXsux|ð|trLUGAL
Hungarian: t+|hu|király
Icelandic: t+|is|konungur|m, t+|is|kóngur|m
Ilocano: ari
Indonesian: t+|id|raja|xs=Indonesian
Italian: t+|it|re|m
Irish: t+|ga|rí|m|xs=Irish
Japanese: å½ç (ãããã, kokuÅ), çæ§ (ãããã¾, Åsama), ç (ãã, Å)
trans-mid
Korean: ko-inline|ìê¸|imgeum, ko-inline|ì|4=ç|wang
Kurdish: t+|ku|paÅa|m, t+|ku|key|m, t+|ku|qiral|m, t+|ku|melik|m, t+|ku|Åah|m, t-|ku|شاÙ|scKUchar, t+|ku|ÙÙâÙÛÚ©|scKUchar
Latin: t+|la|rex|m
Latvian: t-|lv|karalis|m|xs=Latvian
Lithuanian: t+|lt|karalius|m|xs=Lithuanian
Malay: t-|ms|raja|xsMalay, t-|ms|sultan|xsMalay
Malayalam: à´°à´¾à´à´¾à´µàµ (raajaavu) m
Maltese: t-|mt|re|m|xs=Maltese
Northern Sami: gonagas
Norwegian: t-|no|kong|m (when used in title), t+|no|konge|m
Old English: t-|ang|cyning|m|xs=Old English
Old High German: kuning m
Polish: t+|pl|król|m
Portuguese: t+|pt|rei|m
Romanian: t-|ro|rege
Russian: коÑÐ¾Ð»Ñ (korolâ) m, ÑаÑÑ (car') m ancient or biblical
Sanskrit: राà¤à¤¾ (rÄjÄ), à¤à¥à¤¸à¤°à¥ (Kesari)
Scottish Gaelic: rìgh m
Serbian:

Slovak: t-|sk|kráľ|m
Slovene: t+|sl|kralj|m
Spanish: t+|es|rey|m
Sumerian: t|sux|scXsux|ð|trLUGAL
Swahili: t-|sw|mfalme|xs=Swahili
Swedish: kung (archaic konung) c
Tagalog: hari
Telugu: à°°à°¾à°à± (raaju)
Thai: THchar|ราà¸à¸² (rÄshÄ)
Turkish: t+|tr|kıral
Vietnamese: t+|vi|vua|xsVietnamese, t+|vi|quá»c vÆ°Æ¡ng|xsVietnamese
Welsh: t-|cy|brenin|m|xs=Welsh
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trans-top|A powerful or influential person
trans-mid
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trans-top|a playing piece in chess
Armenian: Õ©Õ¡Õ£Õ¡Õ¾Õ¸Ö (t῾agavor)
Bosnian: t-|bs|kralj|m
Breton: roue m, rouaned / -ed p
Catalan: rei m
Czech: t-|cs|král|m
Danish: t-|da|konge|c
Dutch: t+|nl|koning|m
Esperanto: t-|eo|reÄo|xs=Esperanto
Estonian: t-|et|kuningas
Finnish: t+|fi|kuningas
French: t+|fr|roi|m
German: t+|de|König|m
Greek: t+|el|βαÏιλιάÏ|m|sc=Grek (vasiliás)
Hebrew: ××× (meleḥ) m
Hungarian: t+|hu|király
Icelandic: t+|is|kóngur|m
Irish: t+|ga|rí|m|xs=Irish
Italian: t+|it|re|m
Japanese: t+|ja|ã­ã³ã°|trkingu|scJpan
trans-mid
Korean: ko-inline|í¹|king
Kurdish: t+|ku|Åah|m
Latvian: t-|lv|karalis|m|xs=Latvian
Malayalam: à´°à´¾à´à´¾à´µàµ (raajaavu) m
Maltese: t-|mt|sultan|xs=Maltese
Norwegian: t+|no|konge|m
Portuguese: t+|pt|rei|m
Romanian: t-|ro|rege
Russian: коÑÐ¾Ð»Ñ (korólâ) m
Serbian:

Slovak: t-|sk|kráľ|m
Slovene: t+|sl|kralj|m
Spanish: t+|es|rey|m
Swedish: t+|sv|kung|c
Telugu: à°°à°¾à°à± (raaju)
Turkish: t+|tr|Åah
Vietnamese: t+|vi|vua|xs=Vietnamese
Welsh: t-|cy|brenin|m|xs=Welsh
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trans-top|a playing card with the image of a king in it
Armenian: Õ©Õ¡Õ£Õ¡Õ¾Õ¸Ö (t῾agavor)
Bosnian: t-|bs|kralj|m
Breton: roue m, rouaned / -ed p
Catalan: rei m
Czech: t-|cs|král|m
Danish: t-|da|konge|c
Dutch: t+|nl|koning|m, t+|nl|heer|m
Esperanto: t-|eo|reÄo|xs=Esperanto
Estonian: t-|et|kuningas
Finnish: t+|fi|kuningas
French: t+|fr|roi|m
German: t+|de|König|m
Greek: t+|el|ÏήγαÏ|trrigas|scGrek
Hebrew: ××× (meleḥ) m
Hungarian: t+|hu|király
Icelandic: t+|is|kóngur|m
Irish: t+|ga|rí|m|xs=Irish
Italian: t+|it|re|m
trans-mid
Korean: ko-inline|í¹|king
Kurdish: t+|ku|Åah|m
Malayalam: à´°à´¾à´à´¾à´µàµ (raajaavu) m
Maltese: t-|mt|sultan|xs=Maltese
Norwegian: t+|no|konge|m
Polish: t+|pl|król|m
Portuguese: t+|pt|rei|m
Romanian: popÄ
Russian: коÑÐ¾Ð»Ñ (korólâ) m
Serbian:

Slovak: t-|sk|kráľ|m
Slovene: t+|sl|kralj|m
Spanish: t+|es|rey|m
Swedish: t+|sv|kung|c
Telugu: à°°à°¾à°à± (raaju)
Turkish: t-|tr|papaz
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trans-top|Translations to be categorised
ttbc|Badiu: rei m
ttbc|Old Danish: Konning
ttbc|Hawaiian: ali'i
ttbc|Indonesian: raja
ttbc|Interlingua: rege
ttbc|Kannada: ರಾà²
trans-mid
ttbc|Manchu: (wang)
ttbc|Mongolian: Ñан (khan)
ttbc|Novial: rego
ttbc|Persian: FAchar|شا٠(Å¡Äh), FAchar|پادÙشا٠(pÄdeÅ¡Äh)
ttbc|Volapük: reg, hireg
ttbc|Welsh: brenin
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Derived terms
King Billy
kingdom

See also
top2
ace
emperor
empress
jack
joker
maharajah
mid2
prince
princess
queen
regent
royalty
viceroy

Verb
en-verb

  1. transitive In checkers: to stack a checker on an opponent's piece that has successfully traversed the board to the opposite side. The piece so marked can then move forwards or backwards.

Translations
Catalan: coronar
Italian: fare dama
Spanish: t-|es|coronar

Category:Card games


Estonian

Noun
king

  1. shoe

Category:Estonian nouns

ang:king
de:king
el:king
fa:king
fr:king
gd:king
ko:king
hy:king
io:king
id:king
it:king
kk:king
ku:king
la:king
lt:king
hu:king
ja:king
pl:king
pt:king
ru:king
simple:king
sr:king
fi:king
sv:king
ta:king
te:king
vi:king
tr:king
zh:king

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