a breed of sturdy sheep having black-and-white markings on the head and legs and a dense fleece, originating from Powys, on the English-Welsh borders
[ker-ee] /ˈkɛr i/ noun 1. a county in W Munster province, in the SW Republic of Ireland. 1815 sq. mi. (4700 sq. km). County seat: Tralee. 2. a male given name, form of . /ˈkɛrɪ/ noun 1. John Forbes. born 1943, US politician; unsuccessful Democratic Party candidate in the presidential election of 2004; secretary of […]
[kur-zee] /ˈkɜr zi/ noun, plural kerseys. 1. a heavy overcoating of wool or wool and cotton, similar to beaver and melton. 2. a coarse twilled woolen cloth with a cotton warp, used especially for work clothes. 3. a garment made of kersey. /ˈkɜːzɪ/ noun 1. a smooth woollen cloth used for overcoats, etc 2. a […]
[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.