[kel-ep, kuh-lep] /ˈkɛl ɛp, kəˈlɛp/
a stinging ant, Ectatomma tuberculatum, introduced into the U.S. from Guatemala, that preys on the boll weevil.
noun a pileless woven rug made in Turkey and other Asian countries; also written kilim , khilim Examples Kilims are sold at the market in the square. Word Origin variant of Persian kilim
dwarf, a Levite who assisted Ezra in expounding the law to the people (Neh. 8:7; 10:10).
[kel-er; for 1 also German kel-uh r] /ˈkɛl ər; for 1 also German ˈkɛl ər/ noun 1. Gottfried [got-freed;; German gawt-freet] /ˈgɒt frid;; German ˈgɔt frit/ (Show IPA), 1819–90, Swiss novelist. 2. Helen (Adams) 1880–1968, U.S. lecturer, author, and educator: blind and deaf from infancy; educated by Annie Sullivan. /ˈkɛlə/ noun 1. Gottfried. 1819–90, Swiss […]
[ke-lee-on] /kɛˈli ɒn/ noun, plural kellia [ke-lee-uh] /kɛˈli ə/ (Show IPA). Eastern Church. 1. a small community of monks. 2. a cell in a monastery.