ket ember, literally, " two man "; sok szo, " many word," &c.; the position of the Christian name and title after the family name, e.g.
It was at this festival in 1549 that the rebellion of Robert Ket or Kett came to a head.
A canal connects the Great Kaz, a tributary of the Yenisei., with the Ket, an affluent of the Ob.
One of the most interesting from a historical point of view is the Hurt of Sedition how greueous it is to a Communewelth (1549), written on the occasion of Ket's rebellion, republished in 1569, 1576 and 1641, on the last occasion with a life of the author by Gerard Langbaine.
The remedial measures which he favored failed; and the rising of Ket in Norfolk and others less important in nearly all the counties of England, made Somersets position impossible.
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