- kilometer; kilometers.
Examples from the Web for kil
Contemporary Examples of kil
There was a realization that if you drew a gun on a man you intended to kil him.'Let's Talk About Guns' Live Chat Transcript
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Historical Examples of kil
Measured on the French military map of 1904, this may be 80 kil.The Bbur-nma in English
Babur, Emperor of Hindustan
Grain is measured by the kil, regarded as equal to a bushel.Notes on Agriculture in Cyprus and Its Products
Say, Kil, can't you go down to the jacals and find where that Mexican girl lives?Whirligigs
Archil, r′kil, n. a colouring substance obtained from various species of lichens.
"Bad luck to you," said Kil Arthur, "you are the one that keeps them alive;" then he seized her.Myths and Folk Tales of Ireland
Word Origin and History for kil
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).