[kur-zee] /ˈkɜr zi/
noun, plural kerseys.
a heavy overcoating of wool or wool and cotton, similar to beaver and melton.
a coarse twilled woolen cloth with a cotton warp, used especially for work clothes.
a garment made of kersey.
a smooth woollen cloth used for overcoats, etc
a twilled woollen cloth with a cotton warp
[kur-zee-meer] /ˈkɜr ziˌmɪər/ noun 1. a heavily fulled woolen cloth constructed in twill weave and finished with a fine nap. /ˈkɜːzɪˌmɪə/ noun 1. a fine soft woollen cloth of twill weave
[kurst] /kɜrst/ noun 1. Donald William, 1911–1994, U.S. physicist.
[ki-rig-muh] /kɪˈrɪg mə/ noun, plural kerygmata [ki-rig-muh-tuh] /kɪˈrɪg mə tə/ (Show IPA) 1. the preaching of the gospel of Christ, especially in the manner of the early church. 2. the content or message of such preaching. /ˌkeˈriːɡmə/ noun 1. (Christianity) the essential news of Jesus, as preached by the early Christians to elicit faith rather […]
[ker-uh-len, -luh n] /ˈkɛr əˌlɛn, -lən/ noun 1. a river in NE Mongolia, flowing S and E to Kulun Lake, in NE China: a headstream of the Amur River 785 miles (1263 km) long.