What is Keller?

  • (noun): United States lecturer and writer who was blind and deaf from the age of 19 months; Anne Sullivan taught her to read and write and speak; Helen Keller graduated from college and went on to champion the cause of blind and deaf people (1880-1968).
    Synonyms: Helen Keller, Helen Adams Keller


Keller is the German word for cellar. It is a very rare first name but a somewhat common surname in several languages.

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Lon Keller
... Henry Alonzo Keller (1907–1995), known as Lon Keller, was an American artist who specialized in sports art ... Keller created the top-hat logo for the New York Yankees in 1947, and was a program cover artist for most colleges and universities, numerous high ...
Keller, Washington - Mount Tolman Mining Proposal
... From 2004 to 2006 the town of Keller was the center of attention after the Colville Tribes' controversial decision to explore the possibility of opening up an open-pit ...
List Of Seattle Sounders FC Players - Players - Goalkeepers
... Sounders FC's most used goalkeeper is former United States international Kasey Keller, who captained Seattle in their first season of competitive soccer ... FC's other keepers only played in MLS matches when Keller was unavailable due to suspension ... MichaelMichael Gspurning Austria 2012– 3 ... Keller, KaseyKasey Keller USA 2009–2011 102 ... Meredith, BryanBryan Meredith USA 2011–2012 12 14 ...
Laurent Keller - Contributions
... Keller E ... Keller (ed.), Princeton University Press, Princeton, 318 pp ... Keller (ed.), Oxford University Press, Oxford, 439 pp ...
Sheldon Keller - Life and Career
... Keller was born in Chicago, Illinois and attended University of Illinois, where he began writing comedy with his fraternity brother Allan Sherman ... After the war, Keller came home and married Bernice "Bitsy" Berkowitz ... On Caesar's Hour, Keller worked with notable writers Mel Brooks, Selma Diamond, Larry Gelbart, Mel Tolkin, Michael Stewart and Gary Belkin ...