Definition funny of Kinnes:

urbanThe act of procrastinating for as long as possible and then putting forth all effort at the very last minute only to fall short and fail epically.

urbanMan, I can't believe I didn't go after that girl sooner last night. I pulled a real kinne.


Songs about Kinnes:

songsChalla Mera Kinne Gharria (From The Film Jeedar) by Naseem Begum from the Album Best Of Pakistani Film Songs Vol. 3: Old Punjabi Solo

songsDe Westfeeling mit dem Kinne by Camerata Trajectina from the Album Peeckelharing, Music around Frans Hals

songsDil De Kinne Tukde Hoye by Arshpreet from the Album Dard

songsDunian Kinne Rang Di by Kamal Heer from the Album Punjabi Virsa 2009 (Vancouver Live)

songsHar Amrit Kinne by Bibi Gurinder Kaur from the Album Asa Di War

songsJhoola Kinne Dala by Shahida Khan from the Album Umrao Jaan (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

songsJhoola Kinne Dala by Nayyara Noor from the Album Meri Pasand Nayyara Noor Vol 1


Books about Kinnes:

booksI'm just an ordinary girl : The Sharon Kinne Story by James C. Hays (Sep 15, 1997)

booksKinne: Webster's Timeline History, 1747 - 2007 by Philip M. Parker (Jun 3, 2008)

booksKinne's comprehensive spelling-book and pronouncer: For the use of schools of all grades by Henry Clay. Kinne (Jan 1, 1879)

booksFolk architecture of the east Mediterranean (The William Kinne Fellows studies in architecture) by Daniel Paulk Branch (1966)

booksHistory and genealogy of a branch of the family of Kinne by Emerson Kinne (Aug 30, 2010)

booksGenealogy of Henry and Anne Kinne, Pioneers of Salem, Massachusetts by Florance K. Robertson (1947)

booksKinne's comprehensive spelling-book and pronouncer. For the use of schools of all grades by Henry Clay Kinne (Jun 5, 2011)


Wiki information Kinnes:

Cape Kinnes

Cape Kinnes is a cape which forms the western extremity of Joinville Island, off the northeast end of the Antarctic Peninsula. It was named by members of the Dundee whaling expedition 1892–93, for Robert Kinnes, sponsor of the expedition.


Kinnesswood, possibly from the Scottish Gaelic: Ceann eas ciad is a village in Perth and Kinross, Scotland. It lies to the east of Loch Leven, on the A911 road, below Bishop Hill in the Lomond Hills. It is approximately 4 miles west of Glenrothes and...