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kef*kif, keɪf, kɛf(n.)

also kief , kif

  1. a state of drowsy contentment, esp. from the use of a narcotic.

  2. a substance, esp. a smoking preparation of hemp leaves, used to produce this state.

* (in the Middle East).

Origin of kef:

1800–10; < Ar kaif well-being, pleasure


  1. KEF

    KEF is a British-based loudspeaker manufacturer with international distribution. It was founded in Tovil, Maidstone, Kent in 1961 by electrical engineer Raymond Cooke and named after Kent Engineering & Foundry which previously occupied the site. KEF is now owned by GP Acoustics, which is itself a member of the Hong Kong based Gold Peak Group. Product development, acoustical technology research and the manufacture of flagship products still occurs on the original Tovil site in England. In 1991, the New York Times characterized it as: "The leading audio company in Europe", also a "Well known to American High-End audiophiles".


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