Did you possibly mean kit?
- Borrowing from French kir, named after Félix Kir, mayor of Dijon. (Wiktionary)
- After Canon Félix Kir (1876-1968), mayor of Dijon, France. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“A kir is a mix of white wine and french blackberry liqueur.”
“Friday night cocktail party, July 16, $45.50; vodka-thyme lemonade; strawberry-ginger caipirosca; pineapple-gin "kir"; spicy nuts; watermelon skewers; cucumber and smoked salmon sandwiches; parmesan-dusted meatballs; salami and cured olives; mashed potato focaccia; marinated mushrooms; grilled summer fruit and chocolate chip cookies with sea salt.”
“kir' is a hoit de toit term for champagne cocktail”
“Skip the traditional brunch Bellini and go for its improved cousin, the Kir Yvette, made with lemon, kir and Prosecco, $8.”
“Here, a Kir Yvette is made with fresh lemon juice, kir and Prosecco, which is an Italian white wine.”
“When the woman saw that Elisha had come back to Shunem, she suggested to her husband (v. 10): “Let us make a small enclosed upper chamber [aliyat kir ketanah] and place a bed, a table, a chair, and a lampstead there for him, so that he can stop there whenever he comes to us.””
“In the Rabbinic interpretation, the “wall” [kir] was not the place where Hezekiah prayed, but the subject of his prayer.”
“I love wine and I don't see how this is any more blasphemous than French kir.”
“If you're anything like me, chances are 90% of the resolutions you made as the ball dropped and you finished your nth kir royale have since been sent scuttling back to the heap of "things I'd like to do/be/practice next year.”
“February 24, 2008 at 5:24 pm ok drinks all around and around scotchwisky fer me kir royale fer JCH4K and wut fer romeow? and fer gibbocat? and …..”
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they look odd to me, at any rate
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