Crossword clues for kil
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
first element in many Celtic place names, literally "cell (of a hermit), church, burial place," from Gaelic and Irish -cil, from cill, gradational variant of ceall "cell, church, burial place," from Latin cella (see cell).
Kil or KIL may refer to:
- Kil, Värmland, the principal town and seat of Kil Municipality, Sweden
- Kil, Nacka Municipality, a village in Nacka Municipality, Sweden
- Kil Municipality in Värmland County, Sweden
- Kil Hundred, or Kils härad, was a hundred of Värmland in Sweden
- Kil, Telemark, a village in Kragerø municipality, Norway
- Kilderkin, a measurement of beer, commonly abbreviated as kil
- kill (body of water), from the Dutch word Kil
- Dordtsche Kil, a short river in South Holland in the Netherlands
- KIL, a 2014 Malay language film
KIL may refer to:
- Kildonan railway station in Scotland has National Rail code KIL
- KIL Toppfotball, a Norwegian football club from the town of Kongsvinger in Hedmark
- Kongsvinger IL, a Norwegian sports club from the town of Kongsvinger in Hedmark
- KIL-168, a Russian Kashtan rescue/crane ship based in Vladivostok
KIL (referring to the abbreviation of the words "Akil" and "kill") is a 2014 Malaysian Malay film directed by Nik Amir Mustapha and distributed by K&L Entertainment Sdn. Bhd. It was written by Nik Amir Mustapha, Rewan Ishak and Khairulzaman Dzulkifly and produced by Tengku Iesta Tengku Alaudin. Akil ( Redza Minhat) is a quiet, depressed young man who sees suicide as his only solution. After several failed suicide attempts, Akil has hired an agency Life Action Bureau (LAB), to help him commit suicide. When the date of his death draws near, he falls in love with a girl he met, Zara ( Cristina Suzanne). After that, he begins to have second thoughts about death.
The film stars Redza Minhat and Cristina Suzanne. The film had a public release on May 30, 2013.
The film won four awards from seven nominations at the Anugerah Skrin 2013 (including Best Film) and topped the 26th Malaysian Film Festival with five wins out of eleven nominations (including Best Picture).
Usage examples of "kil".
Kil- gour walked over to them and stared out into a night that was unbroken by starlight.
The trail took him into a land of white dolomite crags, flat lakes reflecting the violet sky, forests of thyrse, kil and diakapre.
Kilmer tuning his test rig in Biophysics 3, an otherwise deserted lab whose high windows admitted light but allowed no view.
The familiar OD trucks from Fort Lewis were waiting, and it only took about an hour to deliver us back to the drab, two-story yellow barracks and bare drill fields I'd seen on a half dozen posts from Fort Ord to Camp Kilmer.
Kil closed his eyes briefly as he recalled the excitement in Rem’.
Where Zara had taken an affectation toward Kil, Zora had also found a favored uncle in Rem.
The Englishman is not, as a rule, familiar with the Asiatic, but he would not strike across the wrist a kindly Babu who had accidentally upset a kilta with a red oilskin top.
It was enough, amply enough, that the spoil of the kilta was away - off his hands - out of his possession.
Kilmer waited for the expected five minutes, because you didn't just barge in to see a senior government minister of a major power, but then the high doors&mdash.
Kilmer waited for the expected five minutes, because you didn't just barge in to see a senior government minister of a major power, but then the high doors—.
Kilmer waited for the expected five minutes, because you didn't just barge in to see a senior government minister of a major power, but then the high doors -- they were always double doors at this level of diplomacy -- opened and he was beckoned in.
Kil resisted the need to blush, opting instead to grunt as he threw a hand toward the bedchamber door.
Rem is the youngest brother to Kil, Dak, and myself,” he explained, “and is the King of Sypar, one of Tryston’s lesser moons.
At age 30, Kilmer was near the peak of physical health and all his transplantable organs were immediately harvested.