[Sephardic Hebrew kuh-hee-lah; Ashkenazic Hebrew kuh-hil-uh] /Sephardic Hebrew kə hiˈlɑ; Ashkenazic Hebrew kəˈhɪl ə/
noun, plural kehilloth, kehillot, kehillos
[Sephardic Hebrew kuh-hee-lawt; Ashkenazic Hebrew kuh-hil-oht, -ohs] /Sephardic Hebrew kə hiˈlɔt; Ashkenazic Hebrew kəˈhɪl oʊt, -oʊs/ (Show IPA)
the organization of the Jewish population of a community that deals with charities and other communal affairs.
/ˈkɛhuːə/ noun 1. (NZ) a ghost or spirit
[kahy-ap-uh l] /ˈkaɪˌæp əl/ noun 1. a thorny shrub or small tree, Dovyalis caffra, of southern Africa, having round, yellow, juicy-pulped, cranberry-flavored fruit that is edible only when cooked.
[kahy-fer] /ˈkaɪ fər/ noun 1. Joseph Warren, 1836–1932, U.S. lawyer and politician: Speaker of the House 1881–83.
noun drowsiness or dreamlike intoxication; also written kef , kief Word Origin Arabic kaif ‘enjoyment, pleasure’