keep



keep (something of someone's or something's)

to retain something that belongs to or is associated with someone or something. I would love to keep this handkerchief of yours. I want to keep a memento of the occasion.

keep

/hold (one's) peace
To be silent.

keep

/know (one's) place
To recognize one's social position and act according to traditional decorum.
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Common Names:

NameGenderPronouncedUsage
Aleciaə-LIS-yə, ə-LIS-ee-ə, ə-LISH-ə, ə-LEE-shəEnglish
Addis['ædis]
DaleyDAY-leeIrish, English (Rare)
Nili-Hebrew
Silvanussil-VAY-nəs (English)Roman Mythology, Ancient Roman, Biblical, Biblical Latin
MatleenaMAHT-le:-nahFinnish