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Old February 19th, 2021, 10:56 AM
Judy Madnick
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Default [Dixonary] FINAL! Voting deadline clarified for ROUND 3144 - KANTIKOY- VOTE NOW!

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Here are 13 definitions for the word KANTIKOY shared exactly as I received them — but only one is correct. Please send your votes by responding to the Dixonary group for what you believe are two definitions most likely to have come from a dictionary. The deadline for voting is  Sunday, February 21, at 10 a.m. Eastern Standard Time. http://www.timezoneconverter.com/cgi-bin/tzc.tzc

Any misspellings, weird spacing, etc., are my fault and not an indication of the accuracy of a particular definition. 

 



Good luck!



 



Judy Madnick



 



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1. (from Gr., var. canticou).. A primitive oboe or shawm, once played by shepherds in Thessaly and northern Greece.



 



2. (Poetic) A rest; a pause.



 



3. (S.E.Asian) Floating artificial islands, generally made from bundled reeds.



 



4. a ceremonial dance of some Native American tribes, often involving sacrifices; to participate in a kantikoy.



 



5. a fanfare of trumpets or horns traditionally used to announce the entrance of a sultan or sheik.



 



6. a selection from Psalms sung during the first, second or third antiphon in Greek Orthodox worship.



 



7. a spool used for holding and drying entrails after ritual animal sacrifice in early Hellenist practice



 



8. a type of lace made in Warsaw in imitation of lace from Mechelen and exported to much of the western Russian Empire in the 18th century.



 



9. An alphabetic system of inscribed notches for vowels and lines for consonants used to write ancient Shauraseni originating from the 3rd to 10th centuries in northern medieval India.



 



10. In the Orthodox churches, a passage of scripture sung during a service, usually verses taken from a



gospel or an epistle.



 



11. [Dutch] Original name for Old Saybrook, Connecticut.



 



12. [now Obs.] The music leader in a Native American religious ceremony.



 



13. [Turkish] a workshop, esp. one for making carpets.



 



 

 





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