[key-uh, kee-uh] /ˈkeɪ ə, ˈki ə/
a large, greenish New Zealand parrot, Nestor notabilis.
[Greek ke-ah] /Greek ˈkɛ ɑ/
a large New Zealand parrot, Nestor notabilis, with brownish-green plumage
noun (pl) Kea
(in New Zealand) a member of the junior branch of the Scouts
transliteration of the Modern Greek name for Keos
verb to cackle
[key-ah-luh-kuh koo-uh, key-ah-luh-kuh koo-uh] /keɪˈɑ ləˈkəku ə, keɪˌɑ ləˈkəku ə/ noun 1. a bay of the Pacific Ocean, on the W (Kona) coast of Hawaii Island: Capt. James Cook was killed here 1779.
[keenz-burg] /ˈkinz bɜrg/ noun 1. a town in E New Jersey.
[keen] /kin/ noun 1. Edmund, 1787–1833, English actor, especially known for performance of Shakespearean roles. /kiːn/ noun 1. Edmund. ?1789–1833, English actor, noted for his Shakespearean roles