(especially in New Orleans) a private social club that sponsors balls, parades, etc., as part of the Mardi Gras festivities.
[kreek; English kreeg] /krik; English krig/ noun, plural Kriege [kree-guh] /ˈkri gə/ (Show IPA). English, Kriegs. German. 1. 1 .
[kree-gee] /ˈkri gi/ noun, Military Slang. 1. an Allied prisoner of war in a World War II German internment camp.
[kreeg-speel, -shpeel, kreek-] /ˈkrigˌspil, -ˌʃpil, ˈkrik-/ noun 1. (sometimes initial capital letter) a game using small figures and counters that represent troops, ships, etc., played on a map or miniature battlefield, developed for teaching military tactics to officers. 2. a form of chess in which both players see only their own pieces on a board […]
[kreem-hilt] /ˈkrim hɪlt/ noun, (in the Nibelungenlied) 1. the wife of Siegfried and the sister of Gunther. /ˈkriːmhɪlt/ noun 1. (in the Nibelungenlied) the wife of Siegfried. She corresponds to Gudrun in Norse mythology