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transitive verb - A somewhat emotional response to a significant incident where the speaker explains to the cause of said incident the error of action and/or judgement, including a personal statement; using a verbal method of illustration which is both unique and inappropriate enough to the given environment to be both humorous and offending in general.

Origin:

English contraction, from Middle English, from Middle French, from Medieval Latin

ken - name, from Middle English
incident-, incidens, from Latin, present participle of incidere to fall into, from in- + cadere to fall

First Known Use: Mid 2010
In response to a poorly worded email:
"That guy is about to have on serious kencident."

In response to a kencident
"Jim caused a kencident when he dropped the ball for the fourth time.""
by instructor March 29, 2013
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