The kine know their way home.
I learned a new word -- an old one actually -- and had to share.
Of course you've heard the old saying -- the cows know their way home. When milking time is near, cows will leave their grazing land and head home, all by themselves.
Well, kine is the plural of cow. For most words, you form the plural by merely adding s to the end. For some words, the plural takes a slightly different form -- child and children. Kine was unique in that it is nothing like the singular cow. The archaic kine fell from use in the early 19th century when Webster decided to rationalize American English.
Let's see how many times we can use kine in conversation.
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