From Middle English kex. Origin unknown; but compare Welsh cecys (“hollow stalks”) and Welsh cegid (“hemlock”), apparently from the same root as Latin cicūta (“hemlock”).
kex (plural kexes)
- (obsolete or dialectal) The dried stem of certain large herbaceous plants.
- (obsolete, botany) A plant having such a stem; a weed, a kecksy.
- (rare) A dry husk or covering.
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