Common misspellings for kind:
kideny, gaind, signd, takind, kendick, joind, kinght, kinbd, goind, kingodm, sekond, gondi, kidnet, kand, kidn, kickd, kindey, hjand, kindy, keepint, knd, cind, kindel, kiced, gianed, makind, kined, kingdo, koing, jioned, qwned, kindo, doind, tind, kinee, ahnd, king, kinet, konw, goint, piund, kingd, kuild, kindoff, gaineed, kinnd, kina, vinod, workind, jind, skint, goand, kindes, konini, kissd, kindney, kindli, eignt, knida, gaiend, cinda, lakeand, kindome, kidin, kisd, canid, againd, kkkd, kuni, kino, kevind, knind, seekind, lind, kingdon, ghand, eekend, kinldy, cindi, find, kidne, coindo, kindlly, kinnda, singd, wkend, kandy, kinded, kintg, skinnd, kinfd, joned, kindl, kinnect, kinddom, kiddin, kienect, coind, kierna, kinda, gind, makeand, miknd, ind, gainied, kindds, koint, nindey, kaind, kindom, gniod, akind, kindz, guned, joioned, weekind, kinect, kenady, nignt, girnd, kinde, kinew, rignt, tkind, biund, ghandi, gined, kindely, govinda, mind, kind, kiing, kingom, kindd, nindy, kibd, kenedy, kindof, kised, kiondly, kijnd, klined, quind, ninedy, kond, wind, nind, kidd, kimd, knownd, bekind, kkind, kuind, mkind, kine, pind, ekind, nakid, highend, sigend, 2cond, kinown, kenndy, skynard, sojnd, kingdown, kindard, knnw, koinia, jiont, kindove, kineds, kindda, kinly, kitana, kennday, ckient, bejind, kinaldy, kinng, kobinit, lkind, siound, kins, kunte, lookind, klind, kibnd, kidny, kingdoome, ganhdi, kinife, killd, geined, kinf, skind, kaindly, kinna, dind, gandi, gahndi, kindlay, kingdem, joiined, kindf, kint, skined, kinetie, aircond, kinag, bigand, keneddy, kiang, jokeand, kind've, giand, jooined, kindu, oakand, kild, fgind, bindi, kinfe, highand, caind, kiendly, iknto, takend, cking, kinow, kinight, kiind, kwno, thind, kdont, kingand, kidinn, kinkd, kinid, kintic, sind, jeand, kiseed, kindap, kindlu, knda, jined, ginto, givind, garnd, knid, seckind, fnid, 22cnd, ageind, ajnd, aqnd, kiddo, can'd, condi, diand, gainad, gaand, kendal, kendood, kepd, kdiney, kilned, kinn, kindde, kind'a, kindil, king770, kingdm, kieed, knond, kundan, kived, cindy, uined, tindy, kunit, vind, kinchinjung a, oind, kund, kknd, k9nd, k8nd, kihd, kinr, jkind, kjind, kmind, okind, koind, ikind, kiund, kiknd, kiond, k9ind, ki9nd, k8ind, ki8nd, kimnd, kinmd, kinjd, kihnd, kinhd, kinsd, kinds, kinxd, kindx, kincd, kindc, kinrd, kindr, iknd, kynd, kmnd, khnd, kayend, keyend, k ind, ki nd, kin d.
Definition of kind:
- Characteristic of the species; belonging to one's nature; natural; native.
- Having feelings befitting our common nature; congenial; sympathetic; as, a kind man; a kind heart.
- Showing tenderness or goodness; disposed to do good and confer happiness; averse to hurting or paining; benevolent; benignant; gracious.
- Proceeding from, or characterized by, goodness, gentleness, or benevolence; as, a kind act.
- Gentle; tractable; easily governed; as, a horse kind in harness.
- Class or species; quality; variety; sort.
- Those of kin, a race: sort or species: nature: style: character: produce, as distinguished from money.
- Sort or species.
- Sort; a class; species.
- Race; family; sort; produce; nature.
- expressing sympathy
- liberal; " kind words of praise"
- helpful to other people; " helping an old lady with her bundles was his kind deed for the day"
- agreeable; " a dry climate kind to asthmatics"
- having or showing a tender and considerate and helpful nature; used especially of persons and their behavior; " kind to sick patients"; " a kind master"; " kind words showing understanding and sympathy"; " thanked her for her kind letter"
- Nature; natural instinct or disposition.
- Race; genus; species; generic class; as, in mankind or humankind.
- Nature; style; character; sort; fashion; manner; variety; description; class; as, there are several kinds of eloquence, of style, and of music; many kinds of government; various kinds of soil, etc.
- Indulgent; gracious; inclined to do good to others; affectionate; sympathetic.
- Having the feelings natural for those of the same family: disposed to do good to others.
- Gentle; benevolent; amiable.
- Gentle; tender; humane; kindly.
- Disposed to do good to others and to make them happy; proceeding from tenderness or goodness of heart; benevolent.
- Disposed to do good to others; indulgent; favourable.