[kil, kiln] /kɪl, kɪln/
a furnace or oven for burning, baking, or drying something, especially one for firing pottery, calcining limestone, or baking bricks.
verb (used with object)
to burn, bake, or treat in a kiln.
a large oven for burning, drying, or processing something, such as porcelain or bricks
(transitive) to fire or process in a kiln
Old English cyln, cylen “kiln, oven,” from Latin culina “kitchen, cooking stove,” unexplained variant of coquere “to cook” (see cook (n.)). Old Norse kylna, Welsh cilin probably are from English.
[kil-drahyd, kiln-] /ˈkɪlˌdraɪd, ˈkɪln-/ adjective 1. of or relating to the reduction of the moisture content in wood by means of artificially controlling the heat, air circulation, and humidity. [kil-drahy, kiln-] /ˈkɪlˌdraɪ, ˈkɪln-/ verb (used with object), kiln-dried, kiln-drying. 1. to dry in a kiln.
[kil-drahy, kiln-] /ˈkɪlˌdraɪ, ˈkɪln-/ verb (used with object), kiln-dried, kiln-drying. 1. to dry in a kiln.
- Kilner jar
/ˈkɪlnə/ noun 1. trademark a glass preserving jar with an airtight lid, used for bottling fruit or vegetables
noun 1. any of various bricks of sufficient hardness to be exposed to the weather.