cill

/ (sɪl) /

noun

British a variant spelling (used in the building industry) for sill (def. 1), sill (def. 2), sill (def. 3), sill (def. 4)

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Example sentences from the Web for cill

  • For it is said that after he founded this church, he crossed the river and came to Cill Cluana, and built a church there also.

  • And Lairgnen sent messengers after her to bring her back, and they did not overtake her till she was at Cill Dun.

    Gods and Fighting Men|Lady I. A. Gregory
  • There is never a year from that to this that there does not be a meeting in Cill Chuimin, for that is the place where the well is.

  • Ataid na Psalma taitneamhach, tarbhach: beag nach mion-fhlaitheas ln dainglibh, Cill fhonnmhar le ceol naomhtha.

    Elements of Gaelic Grammar|Alexander Stewart