[keys-hond, kees-] /ˈkeɪsˌhɒnd, ˈkis-/
noun, plural keeshonden
[keys-hon-duh n, kees-] /ˈkeɪsˌhɒn dən, ˈkis-/ (Show IPA)
one of a Dutch breed of small dogs having thick, silver-gray hair tipped with black and a tail carried over the back.
noun (pl) -honds, -honden (-ˌhɒndən)
a breed of dog of the spitz type with a shaggy greyish coat and tightly curled tail, originating in Holland
[kee-sler] /ˈki slər/ noun 1. a U.S. Air Force installation in S Mississippi, near Biloxi.
[kee-ster] /ˈki stər/ noun, Slang. 1. . [kee-ster] /ˈki stər/ noun, Slang. 1. the buttocks; rump. /ˈkiːstə/ noun (slang, mainly US) 1. the rump; buttocks 2. a suitcase, trunk, or box n. “buttocks,” 1931, perhaps transferred from underworld meaning “safe, strongbox” (1914), earlier “a burglar’s toolkit that can be locked” (1881); probably from British dialect […]
[keet] /kit/ noun 1. a young guinea fowl.
[kee-weyt-n] /kiˈweɪt n/ noun 1. a district in the Northwest Territories, in N Canada. 228,160 sq. mi. (590,935 sq. km). 2. Geology. a division of the Archeozoic rocks found in the Canadian Shield. /kiːˈweɪtɪn/ noun 1. a former administrative district of the Northwest Territories of Canada stretching from the district of Mackenzie to Hudson Bay; […]