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Keepers

Keepers may refer to: Keepers, a 1997 album by Merl Saunders. Keepers novel, a 2005 novel written by Gary A. Braunbeck. Keepers Guy Clark album, 1997. "Keepers" Journeyman, the sixth episode of the first season of Journeyman. Keepers: Greatest Hi ...

                                               

Keiler (disambiguation)

Barbara Keiler born 1953, American author. Keiler Garcia born 1990, Cuban footballer. Roland Kaiser born Roland Keiler in 1952, schlager singer-songwriter from Germany. Ralph Keiler 1613–1672, founding settler of Norwalk, Connecticut.

                                               

Keke

Joseph Keke 1927–2017, Beninese politician. Helene Aholou Keke, lawyer and politician in Benin. Harold Keke born 1971, Solomon Islands warlord. Kieren Keke born 1971, Nauruan politician and doctor. Kingsley Keke born 1996, American football player.

                                               

Kele (disambiguation)

Kele is a Hopi name meaning "Sparrow" Kele can refer to: Kele, Ethiopia. (Келе, Эфиопия) Kele language disambiguation, the name of several languages. Kele Okereke, lead singer of English band Bloc Party, who simply goes as Kele on solo releases. ...

                                               

Kelli

Kelli Presley from Black Christmas 2006. Kelli is the name of an empousa in Percy Jackson. Kelli Lombardo Moltisanti, see List of characters from The Sopranos#Recurring characters. Kelli Dunley, a character from the Lifetime movie Reviving Ophelia.

                                               

Kellie

Mike Kellie 1947–2017, English drummer with Spooky Tooth and The Only Ones. J. D. Kellie-MacCallum 1845–1932, British police officer, Chief Constable of Northamptonshire County Constabulary. James M. Kellie 1848–1927, Canadian miner and political ...

                                               

Kenko

Kenko or Kenkō may refer to: Kenko, Peru, an archaeological site in the Cusco Region of Peru. Kenko, a crater in Mercury. Kenko company, a Japanese manufacturer of photographic accessories.

                                               

Kennon

Kennon, Virginia, unincorporated community in Charles City County, Virginia, United States. Kennon Road, a roadway in Benguet province, Philippines, connecting the mountain city of Baguio to the lowland town of Rosario in La Union province. Kenno ...

                                               

Kenya (disambiguation)

Kenya Colony, the former British colony 1920–1963. Kenya 1963–1964, a former sovereign state. Mount Kenya after which the country is named. Kenya, Lubumbashi, a commune of the city of Lubumbashi in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

                                               

Kenza

Kenza Morsli born 1990, Algerian singer. Kenza Zouiten born 1991, Swedish fashion model. Kenza al-Awrabiya, mother of Idris II of Morocco and spouse of Idris I.

                                               

Keo

Keo may refer to: KEO beer, a brand of beer brewed in Cyprus. Keo, Estonia, a village in Estonia. Keo, another name for the Thổ people. Keo, Arkansas, a town in the United States. KEO company, the largest beverage company in Cyprus. The KEO satel ...

                                               

Kepi (disambiguation)

Myrteza Kepi, Albanian hero honored on a 1969 Albanian postage stamp. Bruno Kepi born 1988, Albanian footballer. Kepi and Kat, an American musical duo. Kepi Saea, Papua New Guinean rugby player in the 1986 New Zealand rugby league tour. Naime Kep ...

                                               

Keri (disambiguation)

Keri is a Hebrew term which literally means "happenstance", "frivolity" or "contrariness" and has come to mean "seminal emission". Keri is a radio station license for the Bakersfield, CA, USA Carey and Carey may also refer to:

                                               

Kew (disambiguation)

Electoral district of Kew, an electoral district in Victoria, Australia. Kew Richmond upon Thames ward, a local electoral district in London, England, List of electoral wards in Greater London. Kew Sefton ward, a local electoral district in South ...

                                               

Khadim

Khadim Hussain Raja 1922–1999, Pakistani army officer. Khadim Hussain 1905–1972, Pakistani cricket player and umpire. Khadim Hussain Rizvi, Pakistani Muslim scholar and politician. Khadim NDiaye born 1984, Senegalese footballer. Khadim Faye born ...

                                               

Khadr

Abdurahman Khadr born 1982. Khadr family, Canadian family noted for their ties to Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda. Abdulkareem Khadr born 1989. Zaynab Khadr born 1979. Ahmed Khadr died 2003. Abdullah Khadr born 1981. Maha el-Samnah born 1957. Omar K ...

                                               

Khanlar (disambiguation)

Khanlar Hajiyev born 1956, Azerbaijani judge. Khanlar Maharramov 1950–1998, Azerbaijani ashiq. Khanlar Mirza died 1862, Persian prince of the Qajar dynasty. Khanlar Safaraliyev c.1878–1907, Azerbaijani oil field worker and labor organizer.

                                               

Khizar

Khizar Sharieff, lawyer. (Khizar Sharieff, юрист) Khizar Khan, the namesake of Khadarzai Khizarzai. Malik Khizar Hayat Tiwana. Khizar Muazzam Khan, lawyer. Khizar jawaid, Model. (Khizar jawaid, модель) Khwaja Khizr Tomb at Sonipat. Khizar Khan Ni ...

                                               

Khushboo

Khushboo 2008 film, a 2008 Hindi film, produced by Pahlaj Nihalani. Khushboo Ka Ghar, a Pakistani sitcom. Khushboo 1975 film, an Indian, Hindi-language film directed by Gulzar. Khushboo 1954 film, a 1954 Bollywood film.

                                               

Kidd

Kidd Islands, Antarctic island grouping. Kidd railway point, British Columbia, a former Canadian settlement. Mount Kidd, a peak in the Canadian Rockies.

                                               

Kien

Kien may refer to: A persons name. (Имя лица) In Vietnamese, e.g. emperor Kiến Phuc In Korean, e.g. Dr Foo Wan Kien In Hong Kong, e.g. actor Shih Kien A Slavic surname In German, e.g. Kiefer is derived from Kien-Fohre In Ireland, e.g. warrior In ...

                                               

Kika

Kika Mirylees, British actress. Kika de la Garza 1927–2017, American politician. Kika Perez born 1979, Colombian-American actress and TV host. Kika Karadi born 1975, American contemporary artist. Kika Markham born 1940, English actress. Kika Edga ...

                                               

Kikki

Kikki may refer to Kikki Benjamin, manga character, see list of Tokyo Mew characters. Kikki, Balochistan, a town in Pakistan. Kikki Danielsson, female country, dansband and pop singer from Sweden. Kikki album, a 1982 Kikki Danielsson album. Kiki ...

                                               

Kilburn

Kilburn Camden ward, a ward in the London Borough of Camden, England. Kilburn, London, England. (Килберн, Лондон, Англия) Kilburn Brent ward, a ward in the London Borough of Brent, England. Kilburn, Derbyshire, England. (Килберн, Дербишир, Англия ...

                                               

Kiley

Kiley Dean born 1982, American contemporary R&amp,B singer. Kiley Gaffney, Australian musician and performance artist. Kiley Williams, creator of CMU Connector while studying at Carnegie Mellon University.

                                               

Kimo

Kimo may refer to: Chery A1, a car, also known as "Kimo" in Russia. Kimo Yeti born c. 1935, Huaorani tribesman of Ecuador. Kimo Armitage, American poet, childrens book author, playwright and videographer. Kimo, a village in Oravais, Finland. KYUR ...

                                               

Kingsman

Kingsman: The Secret Service, a 2014 British spy-comedy film. Kingsman: The Secret Service soundtrack. Kingsman franchise. (Кингсман франшизы) The Kings Man, an upcoming 2020 prequel to the previous Kingsman films. Kingsman: The Golden Circle, a ...

                                               

Kingsmill (disambiguation)

Kingsmill, Northern Ireland, site of the 1976 Kingsmill massacre. Kingsmill Islands or the Gilbert Islands. Kingsmills Park, a football ground in Inverness, Scotland. Kingsmill Resort, a resort near Williamsburg, Virginia.

                                               

Kirara

Kirara may refer to: Kirara Shiraishi 白石 黄良々, born 1996, Japanese sprinter. Kirara: Ano Ang Kulay ng Pag-ibig?, a Philippine television drama series produced by GMA Network starring Patricia Javier and directed by Gina Alajar. "Kirara" song, ...

                                               

Kire

Ezra Kire born 1975, American musician. Kire Markoski born 1995, Macedonian footballer player for AEL Limassol. Kire Grozdanov born 1970, Macedonian football player for FK Pelister. Easterine Kire born 1959, poet and author. Kire Ristevski born 1 ...

                                               

Kirin

Jilin City or Kirin, a city in the province of Jilin, China. Jilin or Kirin, a province in northeastern China. Kirin, Croatia, a settlement in Vrginmost.

                                               

Kirt

Kirt Thompson born 1967, Trinidad and Tobago javelin thrower. Kirt Ojala born 1968, American baseball player. Kirt Niedrigh, comic book character. Magnus Kirt born 1990, Estonian athlete. Kirt Manwaring born 1965, American baseball player.

                                               

Kito

Kito or Kitō may refer to: Kito, Tokushima, a former village in Naka District, Tokushima Prefecture, Japan. KITO-FM, a radio station in Vinita, Oklahoma, United States. Kitō surname, a Japanese surname. Kito Tonga, an island of Tonga. Kitō-ryū, a ...

                                               

Klay

Klay Thompson born 1990, American NBA basketball player. George Klay Kieh born 1956, Liberian politician. Phil Klay, American author. Klay Hall, American animation director. Robbie Klay born 1986, South African singer, songwriter, television and ...

                                               

Kleber

Kleber may refer to: French cruiser Kleber, French armored cruiser active from 1904 to 1917. Kleber Paris Metro, Paris Metro station. Place Kleber, central square of Strasbourg, France. Lycee Kleber, secondary school in Strasbourg, France. Kleber ...

                                               

Kobi

Kobi or KOBI may refer to: Qobu, a village and municipality in the Absheron Rayon of Azerbaijan. Woodbine Municipal Airport New Jersey, a public-use airport serving Woodbine, New Jersey, United States. A variation of red-violet. Kobi Station, a t ...

                                               

Kobo

Kobo Tabata, title character of the manga Kobo, the Lil Rascal Kobo-chan.

                                               

Koel (disambiguation)

The koel is a genus of birds. Coal or Coal may also refer to: KOEL-FM, a radio station 98.5 FM licensed to Cedar Falls, Iowa, United States. KOEL AM, a radio station 950 AM licensed to Oelwein, Iowa, United States. South Koel River, a river in Jh ...

                                               

Koko

Koko gorilla 1971–2018, a gorilla trained to communicate in American Sign Language. Koko horse, an Irish racehorse that won the 1926 Cheltenham Gold Cup. Koko dog 2005–2012, the Australian kelpie in the 2011 film Red Dog. Koko or Guam rail, a fli ...

                                               

Komal

Komal Kothari, Indian folklorist and ethnomusicologist. Poonam Sinha, Indian Bollywood actress known by her screen name Komal. Komal Jha, Indian movie actor. Komal Aziz Khan, Pakistani television actress and model. Komal Rizvi, Pakistani actress, ...

                                               

Konan

Konan may refer to: Kɔnan, a male given name in a number of Akan cultures, chiefly the Baoule people, for whom it is typically given to any male born on a Wednesday mlan, and corresponds to the female given name Amlan usually transcribed as "Amen ...

                                               

Konrad

Konrad III of Germany 1093–1152. Konrad I of Masovia 1187–1247. Konrad II of Germany and Italy 1074–1101. Konrad I, Count of Wurttemberg died 1110. Konrad I of Germany 890–918. Konrad II, Count of Wurttemberg died 1143. Konrad IV of Germany 1228– ...

                                               

Koon

Koon may refer to: People: Loi Ah Koon, founder of Ya Kun Kaya Toast. David Koon, New York politician. Jason Koon born 1985, American poker player. Matthew Koon, English stage actor and dancer. Elaine Koon, Malaysian rhythmic gymnast. Stacey Koon ...

                                               

Kore

Kore sculpture, a type of ancient Greek sculpture depicting a young female. Kore producer, French-Algerian music producer, also part of duo Kore & Skalp. Kore comics, a comic-book series by Josh Blaylock and Tim Seeley.

                                               

Korina

Korina may refer to: An alternative name of several other languages: see Culina language disambiguation. Korina language, an Arauan language of Brazil and Peru. Korina Sanchez born 1964, Filipino journalist. Korina Legaki. (Корина Legaki) Korina ...

                                               

Kost

Kost or KOST may refer to: Kost Levytsky 1859–1941, Ukrainian politician. Kost Lavro born 1961, Ukrainian artist and illustrator. KOST, original call letters for KILT-FM, Houston, Texas, United States. Kost Human, South African rugby league playe ...

                                               

Kosti

Maria Kosti born 1951, Spanish actress. Eleni Kosti born 1985, Greek swimmer. Melpo Kosti, Greek television and soap opera actress.

                                               

Krali

Krali may refer to Kapıcılar Kralı King of Housekeepers, a 1976 Turkish comedy film. Amphimallon krali a species of beetle. Krali Bimbalov 1934–1988, Bulgarian wrestler. Krali Marko, Pazardzhik Province, a village in southern Bulgaria. Krali Mark ...

                                               

Krim

Norman Krim 1913–2011, American electronics engineer and engineering executive. John Krim, German-Russian-American craftsman. Arthur J. Krim, geographer and architectural historian. Arthur B. Krim 1910–1994, American entertainment executive and D ...

                                               

Krishna (disambiguation)

Hare Krishna mantra, a 16-word Vaishnava mantra brought to international attention by the Society. Krishna Janmashtami Hindu festival. Krishna Yajurveda Black Yajurveda, one of the two samhitas collections of Yajurveda, Hindu religious text. The ...