Also called borecole. a cabbagelike cultivated plant, Brassica oleracea acephala, of the mustard family, having curled or wrinkled leaves: used as a vegetable.
a variant spelling of kale1
a cultivated variety of cabbage, Brassica oleracea acephala, with crinkled leaves: used as a potherb See also collard
(Scot) a cabbage
(US, slang) money
(Northern English, dialect) a queue
also kail, c.1300, alternative form of cawul (c.1200), surviving in this spelling after Middle English as a Scottish variant of cole “cabbage” (see cole-slaw). Slang meaning “money” is from 1902.
Money; the GREEN STUFF: trite slangisms, among ’em kale, dough, mazuma, etc (1902+)
[kahy-lahs] /kaɪˈlɑs/ noun 1. a mountain in SW Tibet: highest peak of the Kailas Range in the Himalaya Mountains: sacred to Hindus and Buddhists. 22,028 feet (6714 meters).
[kahy-lah-suh] /kaɪˈlɑ sə/ noun 1. a Brahmanical temple dedicated to Shiva, at Ellora, India: architecturally one of the finest of ancient cave temples.
[kahy-loo-ah, -loo-uh] /kaɪˈlu ɑ, -ˈlu ə/ noun 1. a city on SE Oahu, in Hawaii.
[keyl-yahrd] /ˈkeɪlˌyɑrd/ noun, Scot. 1. . [keyl-yahrd] /ˈkeɪlˌyɑrd/ noun, Scot. 1. a kitchen garden. /ˈkeɪlˌjɑːd/ noun 1. a variant spelling of kaleyard /ˈkeɪlˌjɑːd; Scottish -ˌjard/ noun 1. (Scot) a vegetable garden