Kir reached for his belt, then dropped his hand again as he found nothing there.
Lanko herded Kir in front of him, and entered his own flier.
Kir Kaian lies to the west of Fardan, on the road to Tubaran.
The word Cyrnos itself has been derived from the Phœnician, Kir—horn, promontory.
And Sira Nal was forced to admit that such a move might be allowed by Kir.
He marched out against Damascus and took it, and carried away the inhabitants to Kir, and slew Rezin.
Rezon was slain, Damascus given over to plunder and ruin, and its inhabitants transported to Kir.
You will mourn for the raisin cakes of Kir Hareseth, utterly stricken.
"white wine and crème de cassis," 1966 (popular in U.S. 1980s), from Canon Felix Kir (1876-1968), mayor of Dijon, who is said to have invented the recipe.
a wall or fortress, a place to which Tiglath-pileser carried the Syrians captive after he had taken the city of Damascus (2 Kings 16:9; Amos 1:5; 9:7). Isaiah (22:6), who also was contemporary with these events, mentions it along with Elam. Some have supposed that Kir is a variant of Cush (Susiana), on the south of Elam.