Ked

KED

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KED peut faire référence à :

  • Kaedi en Mauritanie, selon la liste des codes AITA des aéroports
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  • Ked — or KED may refer to: * Keds (shoes), a brand of footwear * Kendrick Extrication Device * Hippoboscidae …   Wikipedia

  • KED — ist die Abkürzung für: Kartoffel Ei Diät, eine Ernährung, die alle lebensnotwendigen Aminosäuren in ausreichender Menge enthält und speziell bei Niereninsuffizienz empfohlen wird Krisenintervention im Einsatzdienst Kendrick Extrication Device,… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • ked — adj., itk. d.s., e; være ked af det …   Dansk ordbog

  • ked — ˈked noun ( s) Etymology: origin unknown : sheep ked …   Useful english dictionary

  • ked — /ked/, n. sheeptick. [1560 70; earlier cade, of uncert. orig.] * * * …   Universalium

  • Ked — proprietary name of a brand of canvas sneakers, 1917, registered by United States Rubber Co., N.Y. We wanted to call it Peds, but ... it came too close to ... other brand names. So we batted it around for awhile and decided on the hardest… …   Etymology dictionary

  • ked- —     ked     English meaning: to smoke, fume     Deutsche Übersetzung: “rauchen, rußen”     Material: O.Ind. kadru “brown”, perhaps also kadamba m. “Nauclea cadamba, ein tree with orangefarbenen Blũten” and küdamba m. “eine Gansart with… …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

  • ked — broo·ked; ked; ked·dah; ked·ger·ee; ked·lock; na·ked·ize; na·ked·ly; na·ked·ness; un·ked; na·ked; dis·jas·ked; gla·ked; mother na·ked·ness; …   English syllables

  • KED — Kendrick extrication device * * * ked ked n SHEEP KED * * * (ked) the sheep tick, Melophagus ovinus …   Medical dictionary

  • ked- — To go, yield. 1. Lengthened grade form *kēd . cease, cede, cession; abscess, accede, access, ancestor, antecede, concede, decease, exceed, ince …   Universalium

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