Associations to the word «Kell»

Wiktionary

KELL, noun. (obsolete) The caul.
KELL, noun. (obsolete) (figurative) That which covers or envelops, like a caul; a net; a fold; a film.
KELL, noun. (obsolete) The cocoon or chrysalis of an insect.
KELL, noun. A kiln.
KELL, noun. A sort of pottage; kale.

Wise words

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Noam Chomsky