[ken-l] /ˈkɛn l/
a house or shelter for a dog or a cat.
Often, kennels. an establishment where dogs or cats are bred, raised, trained, or boarded.
the hole or lair of an animal, especially a fox.
a wretched abode likened to a doghouse.
a pack of dogs.
verb (used with object), kenneled, kenneling or (especially British) kennelled, kennelling.
to put into or keep in a kennel:
to kennel a dog for a week.
verb (used without object), kenneled, kenneling or (especially British) kennelled, kennelling.
to take shelter or lodge in a kennel.
[ken-l] /ˈkɛn l/
an open drain or sewer; gutter.
a hutlike shelter for a dog US name doghouse
(usually pl) an establishment where dogs are bred, trained, boarded, etc
the lair of a fox or other animal
a ramshackle house; hovel
a pack of hounds
verb -nels, -nelling, -nelled (US) -nels, -neling, -neled
to put or go into a kennel; keep or stay in a kennel
(archaic) an open sewer or street gutter
c.1300, from Anglo-French *kenil, Old French chenil, from Vulgar Latin *canile, from Latin canem (nominative canis) “dog” (see canine (n.)), “with suffix as in ovile sheepfold” [OED]. As a verb, 1550s, from the noun.
noun 1. an association of dog breeders, usually concerned only with certain breeds of dogs.
/ˈkɛnəlɪ/ noun 1. Arthur Edwin. 1861–1939, US electrical engineer: independently of Heaviside, he predicted the existence of an ionized layer in the upper atmosphere, known as the Kennelly-Heaviside layer or E region
- Kennelly-Heaviside layer
[ken-l-ee hev-ee-sahyd] /ˈkɛn l i ˈhɛv iˌsaɪd/ noun, Physics. 1. . noun 1. See E region Kennelly-Heaviside layer (kěn’ə-lē-hěv’ē-sīd’) See E layer.
[ken-er] /ˈkɛn ər/ noun 1. a city in SE Louisiana, near New Orleans.