August 17, 2014 § 2 Comments
From the Old English word “cyning”. Three guesses what it means. Yep. It means “king”. Surprising, no?
VARIATIONS and NICKNAMES:
None, really, unless we count synonyms, like “Royal”, or similar place names, like “Kingston”.
REFERENCES IN LITERATURE:
– King is one of the names K. Le Moyne considers utilizing as his alias in K. by Mary Roberts Rinehart (1914).
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