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  • kayo — spelled out form of K.O. (knockout), from 1923. Also used in 1920s as a slang reversal of OK …   Etymology dictionary

  • kayo — informal ► NOUN (pl. kayos) ▪ a knockout. ► VERB (kayoes, kayoed) ▪ knock (someone) out. ORIGIN representing the pronunciation of KO …   English terms dictionary

  • kayo — ☆ kayo [kā′ō′ ] vt. kayoed, kayoing [< KO] Boxing Slang to knock out n. pl. kayos Boxing Slang a knockout …   English World dictionary

  • kayo — Synonyms and related words: Cadmean victory, KO, Pyrrhic victory, anesthetize, ascendancy, bedaze, benumb, besot, blackout, blunt, call off, cancel, catalepsy, catatonia, catatony, championship, chloroform, clincher, coldcock, coma, complete,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • kayo — I. noun Etymology: pronunciation of KO, abbreviation Date: 1920 knockout 1 II. transitive verb (kayoed; kayoing) Date: 1921 knock out …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • kayo — /kay oh , kay oh /; v. /kay oh /, n., pl. kayos, v., kayoed, kayoing. Slang. See KO. [1920 25, Amer.] * * * …   Universalium

  • kayo — 1. noun a) a knockout (in boxing) b) cock, rooster 2. verb To knock someone out, or render them unconscious or …   Wiktionary

  • kayo — kay·o || ‚keɪ əʊ n. knock out, final blow which ends a boxing match (Boxing) v. knockout, win a boxing match by delivering a punch which knocks the opponent unconscious (Boxing) …   English contemporary dictionary

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