Keith

Keith may refer to:

People

  • Keith (given name)
  • Keith (surname)
  • Baron Keith, line of Scottish barons in the late 18th century
  • Clan Keith, Scottish clan associated with lands in northeastern and northwestern Scotland

In places:

Australia
  • Keith, South Australia
Canada
  • Keith, a town in Alberta
Scotland
  • The Barony of Keith in East Lothian, its caput being Keith Marischal
  • Keith, Moray, a town in the Moray Council Area, from which many of the other places outwith Scotland take their names
  • Keith Inch, beside Peterhead Bay in the Aberdeenshire Council Area (from 1975 to 1996 in Grampian Region)
United States of America
  • Keith County, Nebraska
  • Keith, in Harlan County, Kentucky
  • Keith, the name of a number of towns and places in Texas
  • Keith, Wisconsin, a ghost town

In entertainment:

  • Keith (film), independent film directed by Todd Kessler
  • Keith and The Girl, an Internet podcast hosted by Keith Malley

In music:

  • Keith (band), British band
  • Keith (singer), American singer

In sport:

  • Keith F.C., football team based in the same-named town in the Moray Council Area in Scotland

Other:

  • Hurricane Keith, a retired category 4 hurricane of the 2000 Atlantic hurricane season

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Keith, South Australia - Notable Residents
... Pioneering farmer of the Keith district and Member of the Legislative Council of South Australia from 1944 to 1967 ...

Famous quotes containing the word keith:

    The most dangerous criminal now is the entirely lawless modern philosopher. Compared to him, burglars and bigamists are essentially moral men.
    —Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874–1936)

    the green hells of the sea
    Where fallen skies and evil hues and eyeless creatures be;
    On them the sea-valves cluster and the grey sea-forests curl,
    Splashed with a splended sickness, the sickness of the pearl;
    —Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874–1936)

    What affects men sharply about a foreign nation is not so much finding or not finding familiar things; it is rather not finding them in the familiar place.
    —Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874–1936)