Keelhauling

Keelhauling, a naval punishment of the 17th and 18th centuries; consisted in dropping the victim into the sea from one yardarm, hauling him under the keel and up to the yardarm on the other side; is now a term for a severe rebuke.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Kedron * Keeling Islands
Kay, Sir
Kay, John
Kaye, Sir John William
Kean, Charles John
Kean, Edmund
Keary, Annie
Keats, John
Keblah
Keble, John
Kedron
Keelhauling
Keeling Islands
Keewatin
Kehama
Keighley
Keightley, Thomas
Keim, Theodor
Keith, James
Keith, Lord
Kelat
Keller, Ferdinand