[ker-fuhf-uh l] /kərˈfʌf əl/
Chiefly British Informal. a fuss; commotion.
(informal, mainly Brit) commotion; disorder; agitation
(transitive) (Scot) to put into disorder or disarray; ruffle or disarrange
disorder, commotion; also written curfuffle , kafuffle , gefuffle
“row, disturbance,” c.1930, first in Canadian English, ultimately from Scot. curfuffle.
To keep someone under one’s authority: complete control to keep Dubie on ice indefinitely (1894+)
[kur-guh-len, -luh n] /ˈkɜr gəˌlɛn, -lən/ noun 1. an archipelago in the S Indian Ocean: a possession of France. 2700 sq. mi. (7000 sq. km). /ˈkɜːɡɪlɪn/ noun 1. an archipelago in the S Indian Ocean: consists of one large volcanic island (Kerguelen or Desolation Island) and 300 small islands; part of the French Southern and […]
kerion ke·ri·on (kēr’ē-ŏn’) n. Fungal infection of the hair follicles accompanied by secondary bacterial infection and marked by raised, usually pus-filled and spongy lesions.
cities. (1.) A town in the south of Judah (Josh. 15:25). Judas the traitor was probably a native of this place, and hence his name Iscariot. It has been identified with the ruins of el-Kureitein, about 10 miles south of Hebron. (See HAZOR ØT0001694 ). (2.) A city of Moab (Jer. 48:24, 41), called Kirioth […]
[ker-kee; Russian kyir-kyee] /kɛrˈki; Russian kyɪrˈkyi/ noun 1. a city in E Turkmenistan: trade center.