[kel-see] /ˈkɛl si/
a female given name.
n. 1690s in northern dialect, but frequent in place names, from Old Norse kelda “a well, fountain, spring,” also “a deep, still, smooth part of a river.”
[kel-uh-bee] /ˈkɛl ə bi/ noun, Greek and Roman Antiquity. 1. a mixing bowl, characterized by a wide neck and flanged lip from which extend two vertical handles to the shoulder of an oval body, used to mix wine and water.
[kel-ek] /ˈkɛl ɛk/ noun 1. a raft or float supported on inflated animal skins used in Iraq, parts of Turkey, etc.
[kel-ep, kuh-lep] /ˈkɛl ɛp, kəˈlɛp/ noun 1. a stinging ant, Ectatomma tuberculatum, introduced into the U.S. from Guatemala, that preys on the boll weevil.