English, Show more Adaptation of general English case an infatuation, a love-affair (cf. U.S. slang to have a case on to be infatuated with). The spelling kysed results from a misconception that the word is Afrikaans in origin.
In the language of schoolchildren: to be cased, to be going steady (with someone).
1958D.A. Stewart inPietersburg Eng. Medium School Mag. 72Though now I know the ways of girls, I have not found my taste. The one I loved is in my mind But she, alas, is cased.
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