Basic meaning and etymology. Kirkland, a city in the United States, is an exception, being named after the surname of an English settler, Peter Kirk. Contextual translation of "irks meaning" into Tamil. Many place names and personal names are also derived from it. Reference: Anonymous. Human translations with examples: thanam, perima, eedaga, secrecy, aivalar, பொருள், kematian, di meaning. Scottish examples include Falkirk, Kirkwall and numerous Kirkhills. Quality: From professional translators, enterprises, web pages and freely available translation repositories. Reference: Anonymous, Last Update: 2020-02-29 Usage Frequency: 1 Usage Frequency: 1 Kirk is a Scottish (and former Northern English) word meaning "church". Usage Frequency: 1 Reference: Anonymous, Last Update: 2016-08-11 Reference: Anonymous, Last Update: 2019-09-26 As the Church of Scotland is not governed by bishops, it has no cathedrals in the episcopal sense of the word. The Kirk of Scotland was in official use as the name of the Church of Scotland until the 17th century, and still today the term is frequently used in the press and everyday speech, though seldom in the Church's own literature. Parallels in other languages are far rarer than with placenames, but English Church can also be a surname. Reference: Anonymous, Last Update: 2020-10-19 Quality: Here, the Gaelic element cil- (coming from a monk's cell) might have been expected to go with the Gaelic form of Cuthbert. Reference: Anonymous, Last Update: 2020-11-11 Quality: Cookies help us deliver our services. Examples translated by humans: போஹா, gondh, தமிழ் வேலை மீனிங், யார் தமிழ் பொருள். Several towns have a congregation known as the High Kirk which were never pre-Reformation cathedrals. The element only found in place names of Anglo-Saxon origin but also in Anglo-Gaelic Southern Scottish names such as Kirkcudbright, a place around a Cudbright church.