American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Cyril, Saint 827-869. Christian missionary and theologian who with his brother Saint Methodius (826-885) worked in Moravia, translating the Scriptures into Old Church Slavonic.
- n. A male given name; best known for a ninth century missionary to the Slavs.
- n. Greek missionary; the invention of the Cyrillic alphabet is attributed to him (826-869)
- From Ancient Greek Κύριλλος (Kýrillos), from κύριος (lord, master). (Wiktionary)
“Is that what cyril is suggesting? has a call been made to Johnny W to save the day and tell the world that Cyril was OK?”
“The criminal mastermind in 'Get Carter' is called Cyril Kinnear, which must be some sort of weird tribute to the Spurs full back partnership Cyril Knowles and Joe Kinnear," writes Timothy Beecroft.”
“The criminal mastermind in Get Carter is called Cyril Kinnear, which must be some sort of weird tribute to the Spurs full-back partnership Cyril Knowles and Joe Kinnear," writes Timothy Beecroft.”
“Dear cuzin Cyril, you are reeding this becuz I have capshured you.”
“Cyril is absolutely amazing and I consider him to be one of the best magicians in the world.”
“She called Cyril, and her voice was so imperative that he quitted his sheltering tree and ran to where she stood on the edge of the grove.”
“Some people might look at the name Cyril and think of the classic movie, Breaking Away and the gangly Daniel Stern, of later Home Alone fame.”
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“An Post runs a long-established savings stamp scheme called Cyril, where children in participating schools can purchase stamps from the school teacher who co-ordinates the scheme.”
“The asshole they replaced him with is a piece of garbage by the name of Cyril Trapp.”
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