kerion ke·ri·on (kēr’ē-ŏn’)
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.
/Dutch ˈkɛrkraːdə/ noun 1. a town in the SE Netherlands, in Limburg: one of the oldest coal-mining centres in Europe. Pop: 50 000 (2003 est)
/ˈkɜːkɪ/ adjective kerkier, kerkiest 1. (Midland English, dialect) stupid