Definitions

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  • proper n. A rare American surname.

Etymologies

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1.Altered spelling of Dutch Kircove or German Kirchhof, topographic names for someone living by the churchyard. 2. Altered spelling of Bulgarian Kirákov .

Examples

  • Andrew Kiracofe/VHT In Brooklyn, the former home of Spike Lee recently went on the market for $2.75 million.

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  • Andrew Kiracofe/VHT The sellers, banker Richard Wayner and his wife, attorney Ayanna Wayner, bought the five-story Fort Greene townhouse for around $1 million in 1999 from the director.

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  • He was united in marriage on April 27, 1946, to Norma (McDorman) Kiracofe, who preceded him in death on Feb. 7, 2009.

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  • "It was just phenomenal," Kiracofe said of their Iditarod exposure.

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  • Kiracofe and his wife, Rhonda, just returned home after watching the start of the race during their first trip to Alaska.

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  • Both Mardikian and Kiracofe kept the rent below market rate, courted artsy tenants almost exclusively, and created a veritable subculture.

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  • When the electrical contractor moved on, Kiracofe brought in Esteban Sabar, whose decidedly "upscale" gallery became the anchor of a new, burgeoning scene.

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  • "In a time of 'made' musicians, she writes her own songs and has her own sparkly style," said Kiracofe.

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  • Kiracofe remains a voracious reader, but now, instead of turning paper pages, she's pressing a button to turn electronic ones.

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  • Kiracofe, like thousands of booklovers across the country, now does the bulk of her reading on the Kindle, Amazon's wireless electronic reader.

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