Definitions

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  • proper n. Transliteration of the Russian and Ukrainian male given name Кирилл.

Etymologies

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From Ancient Greek Κύριλλος (Kýrillos). Cognate with English Cyril.

Examples

  • Kirill is an internet based sci-fi project launched by MSN.

    Planet-x.com.au » Watch Kirill episode 3 now

  • "I'm the scribe to the scribe of the great missionary Father Constantine -- he only took the name Kirill a little while before he died.

    Enchantment

  • I am working on a new Sci-fi project called Kirill, in conjunction with Microsoft MSN and Digital Studios a little digital studio part of Endemol UK.

    Androids: Friend or Foe?

  • It mentions a new Sci-Fi drama called Kirill and I was hoping you would like to be involved.

    The CNN "Hologram"

  • "It's basically giving people extra comfort that they have a good partner," said Kirill Dmitriev , manager of the Russian fund.

    Russia Taps Star Advice for Its Sovereign Fund

  • Right when it looked like Kirill Kabanov was getting ready to make his case with the scouting community, he was stopped dead in his tracks by a wrist injury.

    It's Hall ... it's Seguin ... now it's Hall back in the lead!

  • Kirill Dmitriev, chief executive of the Russian Direct Investment Fund, said in an interview Tuesday that Moscow was working to address obstacles for Chinese investors.

    China to Invest in Russian Fund

  • -- Seniors Kirill Pischalnikov and T.J. Gwynn played their final games for the Rams in the CBI.

    Colonial Athletic Assosiation

  • Supermodel Natalia Vodianova and Italian actress Monica Bellucci were there, as were former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, Naina Yeltsin, widow of the former president, and Patriarch Kirill, head of the Russian Orthodox Church.

    Bolshoi gala: a night in true Russian style, minus Putin

  • This explains why Benedict has, since the moment Kirill was elected, made numerous gestures toward him of welcome and appreciation.

    Ecumenism

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