An honorific in Arabic names, typically deriving from the name of the bearer's first-born son.(noun)
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Use "kunya" in a sentence
""Burmese are sensitive, passionate, but they have no long-term strategy," explains the man, a former electrical and marine engineer who now wanders about, chewing kunya, a chewing stimulant made up of betel leaf and other ingredients that leaves the teeth stained a reddish brown, and accepting kindness from strangers."
"What did Khalid Sheikh Mohammed know about Abu Ahmed al-Kuwaiti, which was the kunya, or nickname, of a trusted Osama bin Laden courier?"
"Er wurde mit den Beinamen [kunya] Abu Ibrahim, Abu-l-Hassan und Abu"