Turkish pronunciation kin
Etymology [ kEn ] (adjective.) 13th century. From Middle English kene (“bold, brave, sharp”), from Old English cēne (“bold, brave”), from Proto-Germanic *kōnjaz (“knowledgeable, skillful, able”), from Proto-Indo-European *g'enə-, *g'nō- (“to know”). Cognate with Old High German kuoni (German kühn, “brave”), Middle Dutch coene, cōne (Dutch koen, “valiant, brave”), Old Norse kœnn (“skillful, sharp”), Danish køn (“handsome”).