n. An ulcer; sore.
Kile or KILE may refer to:
- Kile, a TeX/LaTeX text editor
- Kile, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, Poland
- Kile (surname)
- Kile (unit), an Ottoman unit of volume
- KILE-FM, a radio station (89.5 FM) licensed to Woodland Park, Colorado, United States
- Skylark Field, the airport serving Killeen, Texas, United States, assigned ICAO code KILE
- KGOW, a radio station (1560 AM) licensed to Bellaire, Texas, United States, assigned call sign KILE from 1996 to 2007
Kile is a surname that may refer to:
- Darryl Kile (1968–2002), American baseball player
- Marit Velle Kile (born 1978), Norwegian actress
Usage examples of "kile".
And Kile Tripley, head of the Tripley Foundation, which had sponsored the missions.
He was wanted for a drug violation in Snohomish County in late December 1974, and he had been working in Renton under the alias Dan Leslie Kile to avoid apprehension.
God help me I knew it had been the fuel cells, that the celestials had somehow transferred them to the lander, and that Kile and I were responsible.
I understand you know Kiles L'toth, the associate director of the Astrographic Survey Institute.
Senator Kiles, from Europe 1, questioned, "Assuming you overcame this initial obstacle, Doctor.
Senator Kiles placed a restraining hand on Senator Billing's shoulder.
Another Dornean, Been was the son of Kiles L'toth, who had assumed command of the Fifth Fleet after his friend Etahn A'baht had been relieved of duty.
Another Dornean, Been was the son of Kiles L’toth, who had assumed command of the Fifth Fleet after his friend Etahn A’baht had been relieved of duty.
The only saving factor had been the restraining tactics of Senators Kiles and Senator Nyguen's reluctance to side himself with Senator Billings.