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The Collaborative International Dictionary
Kevel \Kev"el\, Kevin \Kev"in\, n. (Zo["o]l.) The gazelle.
Housing Units (2000): 91
Land area (2000): 0.347791 sq. miles (0.900774 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.030312 sq. miles (0.078508 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.378103 sq. miles (0.979282 sq. km)
FIPS code: 40525
Located within: Montana (MT), FIPS 30
Location: 48.748338 N, 111.966212 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 59454
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Kevin is a common male first name of Irish origin.
Kevin may also refer to:
Kevin is a fictional character in Frank Miller's graphic novel series Sin City, featured prominently in The Hard Goodbye. He is a mute, cannibalistic serial killer who preys on the titular city's prostitutes, The Girls of Old Town. He is protected by the powerful Cardinal Patrick Henry Roark, who also acts as his accomplice. Kevin lives at the Roark family farm, and uses the basement as an execution chamber for his victims; after he kills and eats them, he stuffs and mounts their heads on the walls like hunting trophies.
While he appears harmless and unassuming, Kevin is a fierce, inhumanly fast fighter adept in martial arts; accordingly, the Roark family uses him as an assassin from time to time. He is usually accompanied by his pet wolf, which he feeds whatever parts of his victims he does not eat himself.
Kevin (; Irish: Caoimhín , Middle Irish: Caoimhghín , Old Irish: Cóemgein , Scottish Gaelic: Caomhainn, Latin: Coemgenus) is a male first name of Goidelic origin. Among the earliest famous bearers of the name was Saint Kevin, although Kevin is not a biblical name. Caoimhghín derives from the Irish caomh (Old Irish cóem) "kind, honest, handsome" and -gin (Old Irish gein) "birth". Kevin influenced the similarly Irish-derived Kelvin, as well as the Latin Calvin. "Kevin" is one of the top 100 male baby names in Chile, France, Hungary, Ireland, the Netherlands, Northern Ireland, Norway, Slovenia, Sweden and the United States. It can also be spelled Kevyn, Keven, or Kevan.
In the United Kingdom, its popularity peaked during the 1950s and 1960s, when it was frequently among the 20 most popular male first names, but by the 1990s it had fallen out of the top 100. In France, the name was very popular during the 1980s and 1990s, especially in the lower class. There is wide variation both on the pronunciation and accentation. A more Franco-Celtic pronunciation is often written as Kévin, while a consciously Anglo-American pronunciation is written without the accent. For example, French horseman Kevin Staut's and French runner Kévin Hautcœur's official websites differ, though the French media may pronounce both names similarly.
The female version of Caoimhín (Kevin) is Caoimhe (anglicised as Kiva or Keva).
Usage examples of "kevin".
But the examples of Greg Maddux and Kevin Millwood suggested that defense and ballparks might be of secondary importance.
Oh yeah, and I had a few drinks with my lighting man, Kevin Skuse, and Des Blackadder, my grip.
As for budgeting, my first assistant Micky Obbs is on a half-pay retainer until the first day of Principal Photography, along with Des Blackadder and Kevin Skuse.
Liysa gave Birmingham essentially the same version of the night of October 9 that she had told to Deputy Dick Bobbitt and Deputy Sheriff Kevin Larkin.
Birmingham and Mackeson assured her that the statements she had already given to deputies Dick Bobbitt and Kevin Larkin were more than adequate and it would be wiser not to take the witness stand, where she would be subject to cross-examination by the prosecution.
Kevin Larkin was a deputy in Columbia County, Washington, and it was his request to Wallowa County Sheriff Ron Jett that had sent Undersheriff Rich Stein to the Maxwell Campgrounds to check out the information.
Kevin poked through the department, examining the guitars and the amps.
He left his estate to his parents and asked that two of his guitars be given to Kevin and David.
But none of them, not Kevin, not his three interchangeable sidemen, had ever seen or heard of a girl with black curly hair who called SLEEP OF THE INNOCENT 75 herself Jennifer Wilson.
Only one more block of shares to acquire and he and Kevin would be the majority stockholders in Sheridan Shipping.
A visit to the offices of the Denver archdiocese produced a long list of seminaries in the United States, and there was nothing for Kevin and Christa to do but work their way through it.
On the arm of Kevin Sheridan, she slowly looked over the roulette and blackjack tables, past the faro players and the bar.
As he walked to the closet, Kevin picked up the candelabra from the dresser and opened the door.
Kevin Kelly, cofounder of Wired magazine, launched an enterprise called the All Species Foundation with the aim of finding every living organism and recording it on a database.
Tired of Jiro's intensity, and more stung than she dared toadmit at his implied slander of Kevin, Mara prompted anend to the visit.