This site is named Kine Graphics because in hawaiian pidgin the word “kine” comes from the word “da kine” which is an expression that probably comes from "that kind", which is a placeholder typically function grammatically as a noun and can be used for people (e.g., John Doe, Jane Doe), objects (e.g., widget) or places (e.g., Timbuktu). It shares a property with pronouns, because the referent must be supplied by context; but, unlike a pronoun, it may be used with no referent—the important part of the communication is not the thing nominally referred to by the placeholder, but the context in which the placeholder occurs. It appears to be unique among english dialects, at least in its centrality to everyday speech.