Examples from the Web for kil
There was a realization that if you drew a gun on a man you intended to kil him.
The cul of culver or culfre and columba was probably the Irish Kil: hence the umba of columba may be connoted with imp.Archaic England|Harold Bayley
Killadar, kil′a-dar, n. the commandant of a fort or garrison.
Out came the ram, and they fought till Kil Arthur seized his enemy and dashed the brains out of him against the rocks.Myths and Folk Tales of Ireland|Jeremiah Curtin
Kilderkin, kil′dėr-kin, n. a small barrel: a liquid measure of 18 gallons.
Do you see how that flanking battery to the left is raking every thing, and the one in front is throwing beyond Kil's position?The Coward|Henry Morford
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).