Kerguelen's Land

Kerguelen's Land, an island with rugged coasts, 85 m. long by 70 wide, of volcanic origin, in the Antarctic Ocean; so called after its discoverer in 1772, changed to Desolation Island in 1776 by Captain Cook; belongs to France.

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

Keratin * Kerman
Kensington
Kent
Kentigern, St.
Kentish Fire
Kentucky
Kepler, John
Kepler's Laws
Keppel, Augustus, Viscount
Ker, Dr. John
Keratin
Kerguelen's Land
Kerman
Kerner, Andreas
Kerosene
Kerry
Kertch
Keswick
Ket, Robert
Kettering
Kew
Key, Francis Scott