Crossword clues for kef
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1808, from Arabic kaif "well-being, good-humor." Specifically, state of dreaming intoxication produced by smoking cannabis; dolce far niente. In Morocco and Algeria, it was the name for Indian hemp.
n. (alternative spelling of kif English)
KEF or Kef can mean:
- KEF, the British loudspeaker manufacturer
- The IATA airport code for Keflavík International Airport near Reykjavík, Iceland
- El Kef (also transliterated as Al-Kāf or Le Kef), a city in northwestern Tunisia
- Kultura Esperanto Festivalo, a Nordic Esperanto cultural festival
- The SIL code for the Kpessi language
- The Knowledge Exploitation Fund of the Welsh Development Agency
- Another spelling of Keif and/or Kief (Arabic narcotic use term)
- The name of the Arabic letter Kaf ك in the Ottoman Turkish language
- The name of a letter of the fictional Gorean alphabet (used as a symbol) in John Norman's series of Gor books
- Korea Employers Federation
- A style of Armenian traditional dance music popular particularly among Armenian Americans in the 1950s and 1960s
- Katherine Elizabeth Fleming, American scholar of Modern Greek history at New York University and the École Normale Supérieure in Paris.
KEF is a British loudspeaker manufacturer with international distribution. It was founded in Tovil, Maidstone, Kent in 1961 by electrical engineer Raymond Cooke and named after Kent Engineering & Foundry which previously occupied the site. Its founder, Raymond Cooke, was created OBE by Elizabeth II in 1979.
KEF is now owned by GP Acoustics, which is itself a member of the Hong Kong-based Gold Peak Group. Product development, acoustical technology research and the manufacture of flagship products still occurs on the original Tovil site in England.
Usage examples of "kef".
Turkish coffee and smoking the chicha, then past the gargotes, where the aroma of kebabs and kefta wafted into the street.
On two sides of the box, in red paint, was a Kef, in block printing.
It is that mark, lovely, small, a Kef in cursive script, the first letter of 'Kajira', which is worn by most Gorean slave girls.
Kef, of course, is the initial letter not only of the Gorean expression 'Kajira', the most common Gorean expression for a female slave, but also `Kajirus', the most common Gorean expression for a male slave.
Kef, of course, is the initial letter not only of the Gorean expression 'Kajira', the most common Gorean expression for a female slave, but also 'Kajirus', the most common Gorean expression for a male slave.
Similarly, the light falling through the perforations forms a pattern of dots on her body, also in the form of the Kef.