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Page 12 of 23 for the letter K

Kirkcaudy, Kirkcaudie, Kirkcaadie, Kircaady, Kirkcaldy,
Kirkcaudy ['kɪrkɑ:de:, 'kɪrkɔ:de:]
pn. Kirkcaldy. (Fife)

Colloquially known as the lang toun.
Kirkcum, Kirkcaum,
Kirkcoam ['kɪrkom, 'kɪrkʌm]
pn. Kirkcolm. (Dumfries and Galloway)
Kirkcoubrie, Kirkcoubry, Kirkcoobry, Kirkcoobrie, Kirkoubrie,
Kirkcoubrie [kɪr'kubri]
pn. Kirkcudbright. (Dumfries and Galloway)
Kirkcubbin ['kɪrkʌbɪn]
pn. Kircubbin.
Kirkhill, Kirkhull,
Kirkhill ['kɪrkhɪl, -hʌl]
pn. Kirkhill.
Kirkmadrine, Kirkmadreen,
Kirkmadreen [kɪrkma'dri:n]
pn. Kirkmadrine. (Dumfries and Galloway)
Kirkmaiden [kɪrk'medən]
pn. Kirkmaiden.
Kirkmichle, Kirkmichael, Kirkmichel,
Kirkmichle ['kɪr(k)mɪçl]
pn. Kirkmichael. (Ayrshire, Perth and Kinross)
Kirkosald, Kirkossle,
Kirkossald ['kɪrko:zɪl(d)]
pn. Kirkoswald. (Ayrshire)
Kirkwaa, Kirkwaw, Kirkwal, Kirkwa, Kirkvoe,
Kirkwa ['kɪrkwa:]
pn. Kirkwall. (Orkney)

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