- An emperor of a German-speaking country, particularly the Holy Roman Empire (962-1806), the Austrian Empire (1806-1918), and the German Empire (1871-1918).
- a person who exercises or tries to exercise absolute authority; autocrat.
- A surname derived from several Old and Middle English words; also adopted by immigrants whose surnames began with a K.
- (given name, male) derived from the surnames, or from a rare medieval given name ( as the Sir Kay of Arthurian legend ), Welsh Cai, Latinized as Caius, related to the modern male name Kai.
- (given name, female), short form of Katherine and other names beginning with a "K";popular as a middle name.
- A Scottish surname.
- (given name, male).
- An Irish surname, Anglicized from the Gaelic í“ Ceallaigh
- (given name, female) derived from the surname, popular from the 1960s to the 1980s.
- Coarse, rough hair wool or fur.
- An Irish and Scottish surname, derived from the Gaelic í“ Ceannéidigh, "descendant of Head (ceann) + Ugly (éidigh) ".
- w:John F. Kennedy, John F. Kennedy, US President.
- (given name, female) of modern American usage.
- (given name, male), diminutive of Kenneth
- A maritime county in the southeast of England bordered by Sussex, Surrey, London, the North Sea and the English Channel.
- (slang) A one pence piece. Named after the cheapest property in Monopoly (TM).
- A surname derived from the place name.
- (given name, male) transferred from the surname; of mostly American usage, but never popular.
noun m (plural Kerns)
- A type of medieval Irish soldier
- An object designed to open and close a lock.
- An object designed to fit between two other objects (such as a shaft and a wheel) in a mechanism and maintain the orientation between them.
- A crucial step or requirement.
- the to solving this problem...
- the to winning this game
- A guide explaining the symbols or terminology of a map or chart.
- The says that A stands for the accounting department.
- One of several small, usually square buttons on a typewriter or computer keyboard, most of which generally correspond to a particular character.
- Press the Escape .
- One of a number of rectangular moving parts on a piano or musical keyboard, each causing a particular sound or note to be produced.
- One of various levers on a musical instrument used to select notes, such as a lever opening a hole on a woodwind.
- (music) A hierarchical scale of musical notes on which a composition is based
- the of B-flat major
- A device used to transmit Morse code.
- (cryptography) A piece of information (e.g. a passphrase) used to encode or decode a message or messages.
- (computing): In a database, a field of a relation constrained to be unique.
- (computing): In a database, a field in a record that is used as a search argument (but is not necessarily unique).
- (computing): A value that uniquely identifies an entry in an associative array.
- (basketball): The free-throw lane together with the circle surrounding the freethrow line, the freethrow lane having formerly been narrower, giving the area the shape of a skeleton key hole.
- He shoots from the top of the .
- (slang): kilogram
- To fit (a lock) with a key.
- To fit (pieces of a mechanical assembly) with a key to maintain the orientation between them.
- (telegraphy and radio telegraphy) To depress (a telegraph key).
- (radio) To operate (the transmitter switch of a two-way radio).
- (computing): (more usually to key in) To enter (information) by typing on a keyboard or keypad.
- Our instructor told us to in our user IDs.
- (colloquial) To use a key as a tool of convenience.
- He keyed the car that had taken his parking spot.
- He is the player for his soccer team.
- He is the witness.
- Important, salient.
- She makes several points
- an English surname
- w:John Maynard Keynes, John Maynard Keynes, English economist
- w:Nikita Khrushchev, Nikita Khrushchev, the leader of the Soviet Union as First Secretary of the Communist Party from 1953 to 1964.
- 1974, Freddie Mercury, "Killer Queen", Sheer Heart Attack.
- : A built-in remedy for and Kennedy.
- A young goat.
- Of a goat, the state of being pregnant: in kid
- kidskin, Kidskin.
- A young antelope.
- (colloquial) A child or young person.
- An English and Scottish surname; a nickname for someone who either acted as if he were a king or had worked in the king's household
- The capital of Jamaica.
- Any of various towns or cities in the UK, US, Canada or Australia.
- an English status surname for someone who was a mounted soldier
- a Scottish surname
- a male given name derived from the surname
- county in Maine
- A language of Meghalaya (India), Assam, Tripura, Manipur, West Bengal, Bihar, and Bangladesh.
- A dark powder (stibnite) used as eye makeup, especially in Eastern countries.
- A Khoisan language of Namibia and Botswana.
- a surname derived from the German Krí¤mer