[kahy-uh-thos, -thuh s] /ˈkaɪ əˌθɒs, -θəs/
noun, plural kyathoi
[kahy-uh-thoi] /ˈkaɪ əˌθɔɪ/ (Show IPA). Greek and Roman Antiquity.
a deep bowl set on a foot, often having a high voluted or serpentine handle rising from the brim and terminating immediately above the juncture of the body and the stem: used for ladling wine into drinking cups.
/ˈkaɪˌbəʊ/ noun 1. (Austral, slang) a temporary lavatory constructed for use when camping
/ˈkaɪˌbɒʃ/ noun 1. a variant spelling of kibosh
[kid] /kɪd/ noun 1. Thomas, 1558–94, English dramatist. /kɪd/ noun 1. Thomas. 1558–94, English dramatist, noted for his revenge play The Spanish Tragedy (1586) Cayman Islands-dollar
[key] /keɪ/ noun 1. a private Korean-American banking club to which members pay contributions and from which they may take out loans, usually to start small businesses. /kaɪ/ noun 1. (functioning as pl) a Scottish and Northern English variant of kine
[kahyl] /kaɪl/ noun, Scot. 1. a narrow channel of water between two islands or between an island and the mainland; a strait or sound. [kahyl] /kaɪl/ noun 1. a male or female given name. /kaɪl/ noun 1. (Scot) (esp in place names) a narrow strait or channel: Kyle of Lochalsh