1. n. In Mercedes Lackey's Valdemar Trilogy, the kyree are a species of intelligent wolf-like creatures, growing to about the size of large ponies (or small horses). They, like humans, have different classes, such as mages and shamans and warriors, in their society. They speak, not with their mouths, but with their minds, and have a intense love for telling tales, legends, and for music.
2. Proper N. A Chinese name.
That kyree's as big as a horse.