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Komatiks

ˈkɒmətɪk

Meanings of Komatiks:

noun

A sledge drawn by dogs, used by the people of labrador.

Usage examples:

You can find modern racing sleds next to traditional inuit komatiks, low-lying sleds where the mush…

Kombu

ˈkɒm.buː

Meanings of Kombu:

noun

A brown seaweed used in japanese cooking, especially as a base for stock.

Usage examples:

Two wholesome brown kelps that are popular among japanese diners are kombu and arame.

Meanings of Komi:

noun

A member of an indigenous people of northern russia, from an area west of the urals.

Usage examples:

The first russians and komi moved into the region in the 16th century; however, most russians moved…
adjective

Relating to the komi or their language.

Usage examples:

Our first speaker, silja saarepuu, spoke on the depiction of animals on bronze and other artefacts …
proper noun

An autonomous republic of north-western russia; population 959,500 (est. 2009); capital, syktyvkar.

Meanings of Komondor:

noun

A powerful sheepdog of a white breed with a dense coat.

Usage examples:

There are many different breeds including komondors, great pyrenees, kuvasz, and anatolians.

Meanings of Komondoroc:

noun

A powerful sheepdog of a white breed with a dense coat.

Usage examples:

There are many different breeds including komondors, great pyrenees, kuvasz, and anatolians.

Meanings of Komondorock:

noun

A powerful sheepdog of a white breed with a dense coat.

Usage examples:

There are many different breeds including komondors, great pyrenees, kuvasz, and anatolians.

Komondors

ˈkɒmənˌdɔː

Meanings of Komondors:

noun

A powerful sheepdog of a white breed with a dense coat.

Usage examples:

There are many different breeds including komondors, great pyrenees, kuvasz, and anatolians.

Meanings of Komsomol:

proper noun

An organization for communist youth in the former soviet union.

Konfyt

kɔnˈfeɪt

Meanings of Konfyt:

noun

A preserve containing whole fruit or pieces of fruit.

Usage examples:

The early settlers - dutch and german - brought with them a sense of orderliness, frugality, and a …

Kong

ˌhɒŋ ˈkɒŋ

Meanings of Kong:

noun

A region of china with its own government, formed of the island of hong kong and other islands

Meanings of Kongo:

noun

A member of an indigenous people inhabiting the region of the river congo in west central africa.

Usage examples:

Fighting between the tribes weakened them as a group, including the kongo.
adjective

Relating to the kongo or their language.

Usage examples:

The bakongo are a blend of peoples who assimilated the kongo culture and language over time.

Meanings of Kongoni:

noun

A hartebeest, in particular one of a pale yellowish-brown race found in kenya and tanzania.

Usage examples:

However, even this broad pattern is not universal, for giraffes, impalas, and kongoni have their pe…

Meanings of Konimeter:

noun

An instrument for collecting dust samples which directs a measured volume of air on to a greased slide to which any dust present will stick.

Usage examples:

Four sets of simultaneous samples were taken by konimeter for sampling asbestos dust.

Konkani

ˈkəʊŋ.kə.ni

Meanings of Konkani:

noun

An indic language spoken mainly in goa and adjacent parts of south-western india.

Usage examples:

It is a pleasant amalgam of persian, arabic, marathi, and hindustani with konkani as its base.
adjective

Relating to konkani.

Usage examples:

Would one coin a decipherable konkani equivalent for a medical term as simple as sinusitis?

Kook

kuːk

Meanings of Kook:

noun

A mad or eccentric person.

Usage examples:

Neither of them are kooks, they've simply been lied to by the people who are in charge.

Kookaburra

ˈkʊk.əˌbʌr.ə

Meanings of Kookaburra:

noun

A very large australasian kingfisher that feeds on terrestrial prey such as reptiles and birds.

Usage examples:

Here and there the raucous laughter of the kookaburra seemed to mock our attempt.

Meanings of Kookier:

adjective

Strange or eccentric.

Usage examples:

I like kooky foreign films

Meanings of Kookiest:

adjective

Strange or eccentric.

Usage examples:

I like kooky foreign films

Meanings of Kookiness:

noun

The quality of being unusual in appearance or behaviour, especially in a way that is interesting or attractive

Usage examples:

The singer has always been associated with kookiness., she had a kookiness that set her apart.

Meanings of Kooks:

noun

A mad or eccentric person.

Usage examples:

Neither of them are kooks, they've simply been lied to by the people who are in charge.

Kooky

ˈkuː.ki

Meanings of Kooky:

adjective

Strange or eccentric.

Usage examples:

I like kooky foreign films

Kop

kɒp

Meanings of Kop:

noun

A high bank of terracing at certain soccer grounds, notably at liverpool football club.

Usage examples:

The avid bantams fan celebrated in front of the kop where he had grown up supporting the club.

Kopeck

ˈkəʊpɛk

Meanings of Kopeck:

noun

A monetary unit of russia and some other countries of the former soviet union, equal to one hundredth of a rouble.

Usage examples:

The average monthly salary was 6 roubles and 88 kopeks.

Kopecks

ˈkəʊpɛk

Meanings of Kopecks:

noun

A monetary unit of russia and some other countries of the former soviet union, equal to one hundredth of a rouble.

Usage examples:

The average monthly salary was 6 roubles and 88 kopeks.

Kopek

ˈkəʊpɛk

Meanings of Kopek:

noun

A monetary unit of russia and some other countries of the former soviet union, equal to one hundredth of a rouble.

Usage examples:

The average monthly salary was 6 roubles and 88 kopeks.

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