first element in many Celtic place names, literally “cell (of a hermit), church, burial place,” from Gaelic and Irish -cil, from cill, gradational variant of ceall “cell, church, burial place,” from Latin cella (see cell).
[kee-lou-ey-ah, -ey-uh, kil-oh-] /ˌki laʊˈeɪ ɑ, -ˈeɪ ə, ˌkɪl oʊ-/ noun 1. a crater on Mauna Loa volcano, on SE Hawaii island, in Hawaii. 2 miles (3.2 km) wide; 4040 feet (1231 meters) high. /ˌkiːlɑːuːˈeɪə/ noun 1. a crater on the E side of Mauna Loa volcano, on SE Hawaii island: the world’s largest active […]
[kil-dair] /kɪlˈdɛər/ noun 1. a county in Leinster, in the E Republic of Ireland. 654 sq. mi. (1695 sq. km). County seat: Naas. /kɪlˈdɛə/ noun 1. a county of E Republic of Ireland, in Leinster province: mostly low-lying and fertile. County town: Naas. Pop: 163 944 (2002). Area: 1694 sq km (654 sq miles)
[kil-der-kin] /ˈkɪl dər kɪn/ noun 1. a unit of capacity, usually equal to half a barrel or two firkins. 2. an English unit of capacity, equal to 18 imperial gallons (82 liters). /ˈkɪldəkɪn/ noun 1. an obsolete unit of liquid capacity equal to 16 or 18 Imperial gallons or of dry capacity equal to 16 […]
[kahy-lee] /ˈkaɪ li/ noun, plural kileys. Australian. 1. . [kahy-lee] /ˈkaɪ li/ noun, plural kylies. Australian. 1. . /ˈkaɪlɪ/ noun 1. a variant spelling of kylie /ˈkaɪlɪ/ noun 1. (Austral) a boomerang that is flat on one side and convex on the other