[kil-ter] /ˈkɪl tər/
good condition; order:
The engine was out of kilter.
Poker. 2 .
working order or alignment (esp in the phrases off kilter, out of kilter)
in out of kilter (1620s) variant of English dialectal kelter (c.1600) “good condition, order,” of unknown origin.
out of kilter
see: out of kilter
[kil-ting] /ˈkɪl tɪŋ/ noun 1. an arrangement of pleats. [kilt] /kɪlt/ noun 1. any short, pleated skirt, especially a tartan wraparound, as that worn by men in the Scottish Highlands. verb (used with object) 2. to draw or tuck up, as the skirt, about oneself. 3. to provide (a skirt) with kilt pleats. /kɪlt/ noun […]
noun 1. a large vertical pleat overlapping one adjoining pleat and being overlapped by the other, as on a kilt.
/ˈkiːˈlʊŋ/ noun 1. another name for Chilung
[kim] /kɪm/ noun 1. a male or female given name. [fil-bee] /ˈfɪl bi/ noun 1. Harold Adrian Russell (“Kim”) 1912–1998, British double agent: defected to U.S.S.R. 1963. [kam-buh l, kam-uh l] /ˈkæm bəl, ˈkæm əl/ noun 1. Alexander, 1788–1866, U.S. religious leader, born in Ireland: cofounder with his father, Thomas, of the Disciples of Christ […]