Meaning The meaning of the name Kentucky is Land Of Tomorrow,
Origin The origin of the name Kentucky is Native American,
Numerology information KENTUCKY:
You are gifted with creativity, imagination, artistic talents, versatility, good nature, and the ability to inspire others! Your life path will entice you live your life with joy and imagination. You will learn the benefits of optimism and enthusiasm, as well as how to express them. You are a born communicator, and your wit and light-heartedness will help others see joy in any situation. Your trademark is the unique creative flair you bring to everything you do. You will be successful in any artistic endeavor, be it writing, speaking, designing, illustrating, dancing or acting, as well as any occupation where you can encourage and motivate.
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This is the culture in which the name originated, or in the case of a word, the language.
Definition funny of KENTUCKY
The only state where bourbon is made. If it's made somewhere else, it's just whiskey--not bourbon.
Kentucky whiskey is bourbon. Other whiskey is just whiskey.
Chicken flavored lemon scented greatness
Kentucky is the greatest thing.
1.The Commonwealth of Kentucky is a southern border state. Many famous artists, writers and media celebrities hail from Kentucky. It is known for horses, bourbon, basketball and southern hospitality. People are friendly and polite. In areas such as Lexington and Louisville a metropolitan, artsy culture prevails. In rural areas a friendly down-home culture produces delicious cooking. 2.A state that knows how to party. 3.Home to a college basketball dynasty.
George Clooney, Tom Cruise, Patrick Swayze and Diane Sawyer are all from Kentucky. Kentucky in the springtime is awesome. Keeneland is running, Derby parties are going, and the bourbon flows like water.
I tell you what, if your lookin' for a synonym for awesome, Kentucky's the word for you. This state's got it all. Did you ever hear of Ft. Knox? In Kentucky. How about the Alamo? Okay that's in Texas, but, there's a lot of killer stuff in Kentucky, anyway. I-64, I-65, I-75. Got the idea, there are a bunch of Interstate Highways in Kentucky. We like 'em so much that we built some of our own limited access highways. Education...did I mention the extensive network of highways? In Eastern Kentucky there's a buttload of coal and, let's just say, plenty of Kentucky's number one cash crop (weed). Western Kentucky has the Corvette factory and is part of the New Madrid Fault Zone. Louisville thinks they're better than everybody else and Northern Kentucky is basically a suburb of Cincinnati. Central Kentucky is a vast wasteland predominated by hyena and the occasional antelope. Kentucky offers a broad range of experiences to the person who is willing to set aside preconceived notions that this state is a backwater inhabited by inbred heathens.
Civil War General, "Coloniel" Harlan Sanders invented fried chicken. Kentucky is landlocked, so if the shit goes down, we're in a great defensive position (and pretty well armed). Most of the Ohio River lies within the borders of Kentucky. I swear to God.
A place where the word holler rightfully exists; a place of wonder; a place where children can dig their fingers in the dirt, use their imagination, and dream; a place where parents want more for their children and do everything possible for their wishes to come true; a place where most people in the united states like to underestimate and pretend that the only thing that exists there is 'inbreds'; a place that a teenage girl tries her whole life to leave and when she settles elsewhere, she can't wait to see the mountains again;a place that also uses the word hick, but in a slightly different way everyone else does; a slightly poor place; a place where,yes, horse racing exists and people are actually in touch with nature; home cooked meals are to die for!; a great place to think or write a book; AND its fun to use words without a 'g' in the end!
stereotypes should not even exist in this day and age
The sun shines bright on my old Kentucky home Tis summer, the darkies are gay The corn top's ripe and the meadow's in bloom While the birds make music all the day The young folks roll on the little cabin floor All merry, all happy and bright By 'n by hard times come a-knocking at the door Then my old Kentucky home good night Weep no more, my lady Oh, weep no more, today We will sing one song for the old Kentucky home For the old Kentucky home far away. They hunt no more for the 'possum and the coon, On meadow, the hill and the shore, They sing no more by the glimmer of the moon, On the bench by that old cabin door. The day goes by like a shadow o'er the heart, With sorrow where all was delight. The time has come when the darkies have to part, Then my old Kentucky home, good night. The head must bow and the back will have to bend, Wherever the poor folks may go A few more days and the trouble will end, In the field where sugar-canes may grow. A few more days for to tote the weary load, No matter, 'twill never be light A few more days till we totter on the road, Then my old Kentucky home, good night. THE BEST DAMN PLACE TO LIVE, right here in KENTUCKY
My Old Kentucky Home -Stephen Foster
As a young woman that was born and raised in Kentucky i can honestly say there arent many other places like it. I live in Paducah, Ky and this is in my opinion one of the best places to live. Its peaceful, the scenery is amazing, and the people are wonderful. I have never been discriminated against (Im african-american) and this has got to be by far one of the most diverse places I know of. We even have a community of belly dancers here in kentucky. And as several other people have mentioned before me Kentucky has produced several celebrities (including Johnny Depp- he was born in Owensboro, Ky). We have a rich culture and heritage and there is plenty to learn about this great state! And Kentucky is not a part of the midwest, we're one state away from the east coast so technically Kentucky is a South-eastern state (yes I also consider Ky to be southern)
Paducah, Kentucky is Quilt City USA (exciting I know, lol) and our population actually doubles every year (from 30,000 to 60,000) with people from all over the world who come together to buy/make/sell quilts! :)
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