Crossword clues for cyril
- Literary critic Connolly
- Squirrel in the Maisy children's books
- Slavic saint
- Saint with an alphabet named for him
- Saint of the Russian alphabet
- Saint for whom an alphabet is named
- Saint called "Apostle to the Slavs"
- Saint associated with the Russian alphabet
- Mary's "Peter Pan" nemesis
- Cy, formally
- Comptroller voiced by Chris Parnell on "Archer"
- Actor ___ Ritchard of Broadway's "Peter Pan"
- Saint a k a Apostle to the Slavs
- Science fiction writer ___ M. Kornbluth
- Stage and screen actor ___ Ritchard
- Saint for whom the Russian alphabet is named
- Saint with an alphabet named after him
- Apostle to the Slavs
- Actor Ritchard of "Peter Pan"
- Actor Richard
- Science fiction writer Fr
- Russian saint
- Ritchard who played Hook on Broadway
n. (given name male from=Ancient Greek); best known for a ninth century missionary to the Slavs.
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Cyril (also Cyrillus or Cyryl) is a masculine given name. It is derived from the Greek name Κύριλλος (Kyrillos) meaning "Lordly, Masterful" which in turn derives from Greek κυριος ( kyrios) " Lord". There are various variant forms of the Cyril name such as Cyrill, Cyrille, Kirill, Kiryl, Kirillos, Kyrylo, Kiril, Kiro and Kyrill.
It may also refer to:
Cyril is the first solo album by Dutch singer-songwriter Cyril Havermans. It was recorded in 1973 after Havermans left Dutch progressive rock band Focus. The parting was amicable and came about partly as a result of Havermans' desire to include more vocal content (Focus are primarily an instrumental band). His erstwhile band-mates contribute much instrumentation to the album.
The songs are, for the most part, short acoustic guitar driven numbers and bear little resemblance to Focus material (Havermans did not write for the band). The lyrics are in English, apart from the traditional song "The Humpbacked Flute Player".
Usage examples of "cyril".
Passing by the royal armory on his way to the royal pantry for a midnight snack, the Chief Archivist and Central Headquarters Dragon Liaison Officer, Sir Cyril Perchingbird, stopped suddenly.
Sir Cyril fervently hoped the shade was not that of Queen Ethel herself, who later died of a mysterious stomach ailment.
And he, Cyril, had the good fortune to correspond with the remaining Ashburn heir, the Princess Pegeen, a brilliant historical mind and undoubtedly the most learned woman in the kingdom.
While he was still growing up, Cyril earned his right to practice his craft by making himself useful with the little ones, which he could do indoors, instead of helping out in the field.
Generally Sir Cyril stayed put down below with his conch shells and scrolls, however, and only occasionally emerged from his quarters in the records hall when he was needed to interpret for his exclusive fiery acquaintances.
Sir Cyril had no wish to offend her and risk losing his kitchen privileges.
Then, looking away, the bosun squinted at Sir Cyril, who was trying to maintain his balance on the uncooperative deck.
Sir Cyril was fascinated by the glacier, and by the sea otters lounging on the discarded pieces of its body.
After that discovery the fog had been little problem, except that it impeded Sir Cyril from studying the glaciers as carefully as he would have liked.
Sir Cyril forgot the song and glanced around him, thinking to remark on the incident to whoever was closest at hand.
Sir Cyril was brought to his senses by three occurrences, the first of which was the frigid sea water pouring over the splintering deck and into his boot tops.
Sir Cyril was fascinated by the mermaids and their lengthy pet, and his fascination must have showed, for Lorelei dimpled prettily at him.
What was so interesting about these particular mermaids, besides the fact that they were the first of their kind Sir Cyril had ever seen, was that they were altering their usual habit of drowning mortals and with great professional skill were directing their sea serpent in his exertions to revive the King.
Sir Cyril very much feared the mission, if not their collective existence, was doomed.
He held out his hand, and Sir Cyril placed in it the manuscript, which the navigator had saved from the wreck and returned to him for safe-keeping.