Kings may refer to:

*Kings (drinking game), a popular drinking game also known as "King's Cup".
*Kings (electoral district), a federal electoral district in Nova Scotia, Canada.
*Kings (handball), also known as "Chinese handball".
*Kings Family Restaurants, a chain of restaurants located in Pennsylvania and Ohio.
*Kings International College, a secondary school in Camberley, Surrey.
*"Kings" (film), a 2007 Irish language film by Tom Collins.
*"Kings" (song), a song by Rock group Steely Dan on the album "Can't Buy a Thrill".
*Kings (supermarket), a chain supermarket in northern New Jersey.
*The Kings, a Canadian rock band.
*Kings (U.S. TV series), an upcoming TV series on U.S. network NBC. ;Geography
*Kings Bay, the name of several bays.
*Kings County (disambiguation).
**Kings County, New York, more commonly known as Brooklyn.
*Kings, Illinois, an unincorporated community in Ogle County.

*Barangay Ginebra Kings, a Philippine basketball team.
*Chennai Super Kings, an Indian Premier League team based in Chennai, India.
*Cincinnati Kings, a USL Premier Development League soccer team based in Cincinnati, Ohio.
*Kings XI Punjab, an Indian Premier League team based in Mohali, India.
*Kings of Wrestling (TNA) or Kings of Professional Wrestling.
*Los Angeles Kings, an NHL team based in Los Angeles, California.
*Sacramento Kings, an NBA team based in Sacramento, California.
*Sydney Kings, an NBL team based in Sydney, New South Wales.


King's may also refer to:

*King's College (disambiguation)
**King's College, Cambridge, in Cambridgeshire, England
**King's College Hospital, an acute teaching hospital in Denmark Hill, London
**King's College London, the largest college of the University of London
*King's Favourites, a brand of cigarettes
*King's Discount Stores, a chain of stores in the USA
*The King's School, Grantham

ee also

*King (disambiguation)
*Books of Kings, part of the Hebrew Bible
*The Kinks, an English rock group
*Kings of Leon, an American rock group

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  • Kings — [kiŋz] n. Bible 1. either of two books (1 Kings, 2 Kings) which give the history of the reigns of the Jewish kings after David: abbrev. K, Kgs, Ki 2. in the Douay Bible, any of four books called 1 & 2 Samuel and 1 & 2 Kings in other versions …   English World dictionary

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  • Kings — biblical book, late 14c., so called because it tells the history of the kings of Judah and Israel …   Etymology dictionary

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  • Kings — Kings, 1) Grafschaft der irischen Provinz Leinster; 321/5. QM., 112,000 Ew,; gebirgig (Sliebh Bloom u. Bendubb), bewässert vom Shannon, Brosna, Barrow u. dem Großen Kanal; gut angebaut. Hauptort Philippstown (Kingstown); 2) Grafschaften Neu… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Kings — • The wise men from the East who came to adore Jesus in Bethlehem (Matthew 2) Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …   Catholic encyclopedia

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  • Kings — noun One of the various books called Kings in the Old Testament of Bible, and of the Tanakh. Variously known as 1 Samuel, 2 Samuel, 1 Kings, 2 Kings, 3 Kings and 4 Kings …   Wiktionary

  • Kings — /kingz/, n. (used with a sing. v.) either of two books of the Bible, I Kings or II Kings, which contain the history of the kings of Israel and Judah. Abbr.: Ki. * * * …   Universalium

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