[kee-vuh] /ˈki və/
a large chamber, often wholly or partly underground, in a Pueblo Indian village, used for religious ceremonies and other purposes.
a large underground or partly underground room in a Pueblo Indian village, used chiefly for religious ceremonies
[kee-voo] /ˈki vu/ noun 1. Lake, a lake in central Africa, on the border between the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Rwanda. 1040 sq. mi. (2700 sq. km). /ˈkiːvuː/ noun 1. Lake Kivu, a lake in central Africa, between the Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Zaïre) and Rwanda at an altitude of 1460 m […]
[ki-wah-nis] /kɪˈwɑ nɪs/ noun 1. an organization founded in 1915 for the promulgation of higher ideals in business, industrial, and professional life. /kɪˈwɑːnɪs/ noun 1. a North American organization of men’s clubs founded in 1915 to promote community service businessmen’s and professionals’ society, formed in Detroit, Michigan, U.S., in 1915, the name is of obscure […]
[ki-wah-noh] /kɪˈwɑ noʊ/ Trademark. 1. a brand of horned cucumber.
[kee-wee] /ˈki wi/ noun, plural kiwis. 1. any of several flightless, ratite birds of the genus Apteryx, of New Zealand, allied to the extinct moas. 2. Also called Chinese gooseberry. the egg-sized, edible berry of the Chinese gooseberry, having fuzzy brownish skin and slightly tart green flesh. 3. Slang. 4. Informal. a New Zealander. /ˈkiːwiː/ […]