Definitions for kirkcaldykərˈkɔl di, -ˈkɔ di, -ˈkɑ-
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
Kirk•cal•dykərˈkɔl di, -ˈkɔ di, -ˈkɑ-(n.)
a city in SE Fife, in E Scotland, on the Firth of Forth. 147,963.
Category: Geography (places)
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
a manufacturing and seaport town in Fifeshire, extending 4 m. along the north shore of the Forth, known as the "lang toon." It was the birthplace of Adam Smith, and one of the scenes of the schoolmastership period of Thomas Carlyle's life; manufactures textile fabrics and floorcloth; is a busy town.