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Keystone Kop
/kop/ 1. Usually, Keystone Kops. (in early silent movies) a team of comic policemen noted for their slapstick routines. 2. Also, Keystone Cop. a person noted for bungling ...
Keystone Kops
a team of actors who appeared as a group of comic police officers in a series of US silent films (1912–20) produced by Mack Sennett and his Keystone Comedy Company. The leader ...
Keystone State
Pennsylvania (used as a nickname). * * *
Keystoner
/kee"stoh'neuhr/, n. Informal. a native or inhabitant of Pennsylvania (used as a nickname). [KEYSTONE (STATE) + -ER1] * * *
keystroke
/kee"strohk'/, n. one stroke of any key on a machine operated by a keyboard, as a typewriter, computer terminal, or Linotype: I can do 3000 keystrokes an hour. [1905-10; KEY1 + ...
keyway
/kee"way'/, n. 1. Mach. a groove in a shaft, the hub of a wheel, etc., for receiving part of a key holding it to another part. 2. a slot in a lock for receiving and guiding the ...
KeyWest
Key West A city of extreme southern Florida on the island of Key West, the westernmost of the Florida Keys in the Gulf of Mexico. Fishing and tourism are important to its ...
keyword
/kee"werrd'/ 1. a word that serves as a key, as to the meaning of another word, a sentence, passage, or the like: Search the database for the keyword "Ireland." 2. a word used to ...
keyword indexing
Library Science. the process of constructing or compiling an index of published materials using keywords. * * *
Kezilahabi, Euphrase
▪ Tanzanian author born April 13, 1944, Ukerewe, Tanganyika [now in Tanzania]       Tanzanian novelist, poet, and scholar writing in Swahili.       Kezilahabi ...
KFC
➡ Kentucky Fried Chicken. * * *
kG
kilogauss; kilogausses. * * *
kg
kilogram; kilograms. * * *
kg-m
kilogram-meter; kilogram-meters. * * *
kg.
1. keg; kegs. 2. kilogram; kilograms. * * *
Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park
▪ nature conservation area, Africa  nature conservation area in the Kalahari. It lies within South Africa and Botswana and occupies an area of 14,668 square miles (37,991 ...
KGB
the intelligence and internal-security agency of the former Soviet Union, organized in 1954 and responsible for enforcement of security regulations, protection of political ...
kgf
kilogram-force. * * *
Kgositsile, Keorapetse
▪ South African poet in full  Keorapetse William Kgositsile  born Sept. 19, 1938, Johannesburg, S.Af.       South African poet and essayist whose writings focus on ...
KGPS
kilograms per second. * * *
Kgs
Kgs abbrev. Bible Kings * * *
Kgs.
Kgs. abbr. Bible Kings. * * *
kha
/khah/, n. the seventh letter of the Arabic alphabet, representing a velar spirant consonant sound. [ < Ar] * * *
Khabarovsk
/keuh bahr"euhfsk/; Russ. /khu bah"rddeuhfsk/, n. 1. Formerly, Far Eastern Region. a territory of the Russian Federation in NE Asia. 1,565,000; 965,400 sq. mi. (2,500,400 sq. ...
Khabur
Arab. /khah boordd"/, n. a river in W Asia, flowing S from SE Turkey through NE Syria to the Euphrates. 200 mi. (320 km) long. Also, Habor. * * *
Khābūr River
Turkish Habur River, southeastern Turkey and northeastern Syria. It rises in the mountains of southeastern Turkey and flows southeast to Syria, where it is joined by the ...
Khachaturian
/kah'cheuh toor"ee euhn, kach'euh-/; Russ. /kheuh chyeuh tooh rddyahn"/, n. Aram Ilich /ar"euhm il"yich/; Russ. /u rddahm" ee lyeech"/, 1903-78, Armenian composer. * * *
Khachaturian, Aram
▪ Soviet composer in full  Aram Ilich Khachaturian  born May 24 [June 6, New Style], 1903, Tiflis, Georgia, Russian Empire [now Tbilisi, Georgia] died May 1, 1978, ...
Khachaturian, Aram (Ilyich)
born June 6, 1903, Tbilisi, Georgia, Russian Empire died May 1, 1978, Moscow, U.S.S.R. Soviet (Armenian) composer. He studied with Reinhold Glière (1875–1956) and Nikolay ...
Khachaturian,Aram Ilich
Kha·cha·tu·ri·an (kä'chä-to͝orʹē-ən, kăch'ə-, KHə-chə-to͞or-yänʹ), Aram Ilich. 1903-1978. Russian composer of Armenian parentage whose works include concertos ...
Khachiyan, Leonid Henry
▪ 2006       Russian-born American mathematician (b. May 3, 1952, Leningrad, U.S.S.R. [now St. Petersburg, Russia]—d. April 29, 2005, South Brunswick, N.J.), invented ...
Khadafy
/keuh dah"fee/, n. Muammar (Muhammad) al- or el- /mooh ah"mahr, al, el/, Qadhafi. * * *
Khadafy,Muammar al-
Kha·da·fy (kə-däʹfē), Muammar al-. See Qaddafi, Muammar al-. * * *
khaddar
/kah"deuhr/, n. a handloomed plain-weave cotton fabric produced in India. Also, khadi /kah"dee/. [1920-25; < Hindi khadar] * * *
Khadījah
▪ wife of Muhammad died 619, Mecca, Arabia [now Saudi Arabia]       the first wife of the Prophet Muḥammad (Muhammad) (the founder of Islām), whom she met when she ...
khaf
khaf or khaph [khäf, khôf] n. 〚Heb〛 see KAF * * *
Khafaje
/khah"fah yay', kah"-/, n. the site of an ancient city in E Iraq: occupied at different times by the Akkadians and the Sumerians. Also, Khafajeh. * * *
Khafre
/kaf"ray, kahf"-/, n. (Chephren) fl. late 26th century B.C., Egyptian king of the fourth dynasty (son of Cheops): builder of second pyramid at El Giza. Also, Kafre. * * * ▪ ...
Khai Dinh
▪ emperor of Vietnam original name  Nguyen Bun Dao   born 1885, Hue, Vietnam died Nov. 6, 1925, Hue       emperor of Vietnam in 1916–25 and an advocate of ...
Khaibar Pass
/kuy"beuhr/. See Khyber Pass. * * *
Khaïr-Eddine, Mohammed
▪ Moroccan writer born 1941, Tafraout, Morocco died Nov. 18, 1995, Rabat       French-language poet and novelist who was a leader among postindependence Moroccan ...
Khairpur
▪ Pakistan also called  Khairpur Mirs,    city, Sindh province, south-central Pakistan. The city lies along the Khairpur East Canal, 11 miles (18 km) south of the Indus ...
Khajuraho
▪ India also spelled  Khajraho , ancient  Kharjuravahaka   historic town, northern Madhya Pradesh state, central India. It is a famous tourist and archaeological site ...
Khakass
/keuh kahs", kheuh-/, n., pl. Khakasses, (esp. collectively) Khakass for 1. 1. a member of a group of peoples living mainly in the Khakass Autonomous Region. 2. the Turkic ...
Khakass Autonomous Region
an autonomous region in the Russian Federation, in S Siberia. 500,000; 19,161 sq. mi. (49,627 sq. km). Cap.: Abakan. * * *
Khakassia
▪ republic, Russia also spelled  Khakasiya, or Khakassiya        republic in central Russia. The republic occupies the western half of the broad Minusinsk Basin on ...
khaki
—khakilike, adj. /kak"ee, kah"kee/, n., pl. khakis, adj. n. 1. dull yellowish brown. 2. a stout, twilled cotton cloth of this color, used esp. in making uniforms. 3. Usually, ...
Khalaf, Ṣalāḥ
▪ Palestinian political activist also called  Abū ʿIyāḍ   born 1933, Jaffa, Palestine [now Tel Aviv–Yafo, Israel] died January 14, 1991, Tunis, ...
Khaldey, Yevgeny
▪ 1998       Ukrainian photographer best known for his World War II images, most notably one of Soviet soldiers raising the hammer-and-sickle flag over the Reichstag ...
Khaled
▪ 1996       Beyond the borders of its Algerian birthplace, the exotic sounds of rai music continued to attract listeners in 1995, primarily through the rich, passionate ...
Khaled, Amr
▪ 2007  In the early months of 2006, as tensions heightened over the publication in a Danish newspaper of cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad, Amr Khaled, a young and ...
Khaleda Zia
▪ prime minister of Bangladesh in full  Khaleda Zia ur-Rahman , née  Khaleda Majumdar  born August 15, 1945, Dinājpur, East Bengal, India ...
Khalid
/khah leed", kah-, khal"id, kal"-/, n. (Khalid ibn Abdul-Aziz al Saud) 1913-82, king of Saudi Arabia 1975-82 (son of ibn-Saud and brother of Faisal). * * * ▪ king of Saudi ...
Khālid al-Qasrī
▪ Umayyad governor of Iraq in full  Khālid Ibn ʿabd Allah Al-qasrī   died November 743, Kūfah, Iraq       a governor of Iraq under the Umayyad ...
Khālid ibn al-Walīd
▪ Arab Muslim general byname  Sīf, or Sayf, Allāh (Arabic: “Sword of God”)   died 642       one of the two generals (with ʿAmr ibn al-ʿĀṣ) of the ...
khalif
/keuh leef", kay"lif, kal"if/, n. caliph. Also, khalifa /keuh lee"feuh/. * * *
Khalifah, Sheikh Isa ibn Sulman al-
▪ 2000       Bahraini chief of state (b. June 3, 1933, Manama, Bahrain—d. March 6, 1999, Manama), served as leader of his country for 37 years, including 27 as emir, a ...
khalifate
/kal"euh fayt', -fit, kay"leuh-/, n. caliphate. * * *
Khalil
(as used in expressions) Al Khalil Gibran Khalil Jubran Khalil Jubran * * *
Khalīl ibn Aḥmad, al-
▪ Arab philologist in full  Al-khalīl Ibn Aḥmad Ibn ʿamr Ibn Tamīm Al-farāhīdī Al-azdī Al-yuḥmadī Al-baṣrī Abū ʿabd Al-raḥmān   born c. 718, , Oman died ...
Khalīl, al-Ashraf Ṣalāḥ ad-Dīn
▪ sultan of Egypt died 1293       Mamlūk sultan of Egypt who completed his father Qalāʾūn's campaign to drive the Franks from Syria. He captured Acre (now ʿAkko, ...
Khalil, Mustafa
▪ 2009       Egyptian politician born Nov. 18, 1920, Qalyub, Egypt died June 7, 2008, Cairo, Egypt as Egypt's prime minister (1978–80) and foreign minister ...
Khaljī dynasty
▪ Indian dynasty       (1290–1320), the second ruling family of the Muslim sultanate of Delhi. This dynasty, like the previous Slave Dynasty, was of Turkish origin, ...
Khalkha
/kal"keuh/, n. a Mongolian language that is the official language of the Mongolian People's Republic and the chief vernacular of the eastern half of the country. * * * ▪ ...
Khalkhali, Sadeq
▪ 2004       Iranian cleric and judge (b. July 27, 1926, Givi, Azerbaijani S.S.R., U.S.S.R. [now in Azerbaijan]—d. Nov. 26, 2003, Tehran, Iran), ordered the summary ...
Khalkidhikí
Khal·ki·dhi·kí (käl-kē'thē-kēʹ, KHäl-) See Chalcidice. * * *
Khalkidike
Gk. /khahl'kee dhee"kee/, n. Chalcidice. * * *
Khalkidiki
Khalkidiki [khäl΄ki thē′kē] Gr. name for CHALCIDICE * * *
Khalkís
Khalkis [khäl kēs′] Gr. name for CHALCIS * * * Khal·kís (käl-kēsʹ, KHäl-) See Chalcis. * * *
khalsa
/kahl'seuh/, n. a martial fraternity originated in 1699 and remaining as one of the closely knit communities of the Sikhs. [1770-80; < Hindi khalsa lit., pure
Khama
/kah"meuh/, n. Sir Seretse /seuh ret"say/, 1921-80, Botswanan political leader: president 1966-80. * * *
Khama III
born с 1837, Mushu, Bechuanaland died Feb. 21, 1923, Serowe South African chief. In 1885 he had Bechuanaland (now Botswana) declared a protectorate of the British Empire. He ...
Khama, Sir Seretse
▪ president of Botswana born July 1, 1921, Serowe, Bechuanaland [now Botswana] died July 13, 1980, Gaborone, Botswana       first president of Botswana (1966–80), ...
Khāmastāshar Māyo, Madīnat
▪ Egypt       residential town, al-Qāhirah ( Cairo) muḥāfaẓah (governorate), Egypt. The town is a suburb of the industrial town of Ḥulwān and is located in the ...
Khambhat
▪ India also called  Cambay        town, east-central Gujarat (Gujarāt) state, west-central India. It lies at the head of the Gulf of Khambhat (Khambhat, Gulf of) ...
Khambhat, Gulf of
or Gulf of Cambay Inlet, Arabian Sea, on the northwestern coast of India, southeast of the Kathiawar Peninsula. It is 120 mi (190 km) wide at its widest but rapidly narrows. It ...
Khambhat,Gulf of
Kham·bhat (kŭmʹbət), Gulf of or Gulf of Cam·bay (kăm-bāʹ) An inlet of the Arabian Sea on the northwest coast of India. * * *
Khamenei
/khah'meuh nay", kah'-/ Pers. /khah'me nay"/, n. Ayatollah Mohammed Ali, born 1939, chief Islamic leader of Iran since 1989. * * *
Khamenei, Ali
▪ president of Iran born July 15, 1939?, Meshed, Iran    Iranian Shīʿite clergyman and politician who served as president of Iran (1981–89) and as that country's rahbar, ...
Khamīs Mushayṭ
▪ Saudi Arabia       city, southwestern Saudi Arabia. It is situated about 17 miles (27 km) northeast of Abhā. Khamīs Mushayṭ is located inland in a mountainous ...
Khammam
▪ India       city, north-central Andhra Pradesh state, southern India. It lies along the Central Railway, south-southeast of Warangal. The city is a trade and ...
Khams
▪ region, China also called  Mdo-stod        one of three historical regions of Central Asia (the other two being A-mdo and Dbus-Gtsang) into which Tibet was once ...
khamseh
▪ Persian and Turkish literature also spelled  Khamsa,        in Persian and Turkish literature, a set of five long epic poems composed in rhyming couplet, or ...
khamsin
/kam seen", kam"sin/, n. a hot southerly wind, varying from southeast to southwest, that blows regularly in Egypt and over the Red Sea for about 50 days, commencing about the ...
khan
khan1 /kahn, kan/, n. 1. (in the Altaic group of languages) a title held by hereditary rulers or tribal chiefs. 2. the supreme ruler of the Tatar tribes, as well as emperor of ...
Khan Tängiri Peak
▪ mountain, Asia Kazakh  Khan Tängiri Shyngy , Kyrgyz  Kan-Too Choksu , Chinese  Hantengri Feng , also spelled  Khan Tengri        peak in the Tien Shan range ...
Khan, Ali Akbar
▪ Indian musician born April 14, 1922, Shibpur, Bengal, India [now in Bangladesh]       composer, virtuoso sarod player, and teacher, active in presenting classical ...
Khan, Bismillah
▪ 2007       Indian musician (b. March 21, 1916, Bihar, India—d. Aug. 21, 2006, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India), played an often-scorned woodwind instrument, the ...
Khan, Fazlur R.
▪ American engineer in full  Fazlur Rahman Khan  born April 3, 1929, Dacca, India [now Dhākā, Bangladesh] died March 27, 1982, Jiddah, Saudi Arabia  Bangladeshi American ...
Khan, Ghulam Ishaq
▪ 2007       Pakistani politician (b. Jan. 20, 1915, Ismail Khel, North-West Frontier Province, British India [now in Pakistan]—d. Oct. 27, 2006, Peshawar, Pak.), as ...
Khan, Jansher
▪ 1998       For many years the name Khan had been synonymous with success in the game of squash. In 1997 it was Jansher Khan who dominated the sport, winning his sixth ...
Khan, Nusrat Fateh Ali
▪ 1998       Pakistani singer considered one of the greatest performers of the Sufi Muslim devotional music known as qawwali; he was heard on the sound tracks of such ...
Khan, Vilayat Hussain
▪ 2005       Indian sitar player and composer (b. Aug. 8, 1928, Gouripur, East Bengal, India [now in Bangladesh]—d. March 13, 2004, Mumbai [Bombay], India), developed ...
Khānaqīn
▪ Iraq       town, northeastern Iraq. Located 5 miles (8 km) from the Iranian border at a rail terminus, Khānaqīn is a customs station and is situated on a main road ...
khanate
/kah"nayt, kan"ayt/, n. the area governed by a khan. [1790-1800; KHAN1 + -ATE3] * * *
Khanbalik
Khan·ba·lik (kän'bə-lēkʹ) An ancient city of Mongol China on the site of modern Beijing. Rebuilt by Kublai Khan from 1264 to 1267 on the site of an earlier city, ...
khanda
/kahn"deuh/, n. an Indian sword, having a broad, usually single-edged blade and a disklike pommel with a point. [1885-90; < Indo-Aryan; cf. Hindi khãra, Punjabi khanda sword, ...
Khandwa
▪ India       city, southwestern Madhya Pradesh state, central India. Located on the major roads leading from northern India to the Deccan region, it is identified ...
Khania
/khah nyah"/, n. Greek name of Canea. * * * ▪ Greece also spelled  Chaniá  or  Canea        city and capital of Khaniá nomós (department), western Crete, ...
Khaniá, Gulf of
▪ gulf, Greece Modern Greek  Kólpos Khaníon,         gulf on the northwestern coast of Crete, Greece. It is enclosed on the west by the north-south Rodhopós ...
khanjar
/kahn"jahr/, n. a curved dagger of Islamic countries. [1675-85; earlier canjare, canjer ( < Turk hançer) < Pers khanjar] * * *
Khanka, Lake
Chinese Xingkai Hu or Hsing-K'ai Hu Lake on the boundary between Siberia and China. Most of the lake is in Russian territory while the northern shore is in China's Heilongjiang ...
Khanka,Lake
Khan·ka (kăngʹkə), Lake A lake of southeast Russia and northeast China north of Vladivostok. Most of it lies in Russian territory. * * *
khansamah
/kahn"seuh mah'/, n. Anglo-Indian. 1. a native house steward or butler. 2. a native male servant. [1635-45; < Hindi khansamã < Pers khansaman, equiv. to khan master + saman ...
Khansāʾ, al-
▪ Arab poet Arabic“The Snub-Nosed”byname of  Tumāḍir bint ʿAmr ibn al-Ḥārith ibn al-Sharīd   died after 630       one of the greatest Arab poets, famous ...
Khanty
/kahn"tee, khahn"-/, n., pl. Khanties, (esp. collectively) Khanty for 1. 1. a member of a Uralic people now living in scattered settlements along the river Ob and its tributaries ...
Khanty and Mansi
▪ people Khanty formerly  called Ostyak, Mansi  formerly  called Vogul,         western Siberian peoples, living mainly in the Ob River basin of central Russia. ...
Khanty-Mansi
▪ okrug, Russia       autonomous okrug (district), in central Russia. The Khanty-Mansi national okrug was established in 1930 for the Khanty (Ostyak) and Mansi (Vogul) ...
Khanty-Mansiysk
▪ Russia also spelled  Chanty-Mansijsk,  formerly  (until 1940) Ostyako-Vogulsk        city and administrative centre of Khanty-Mansi autonomous okrug (district), ...
khapra beetle
/kah"preuh, kap"reuh/ a tiny cosmopolitan beetle, Trogoderma granarium, that is a pest of stored grain and other dried organic matter. [1925-30; < Hindi khapra lit., destroyer] * ...
khaprabeetle
kha·pra beetle (käʹprə, kăpʹrə) n. A beetle (Trogoderma granurium) accidentally introduced to several places in the United States that is an extremely destructive grain ...
Khāqānī
▪ Persian poet in full  Afẓal al-Dīn Bādil Ibrāhīm ibn ʿAlī Khāqānī Shīrvānī   born c. 1106, Shīrvān, Seljuq empire [now Azerbaijan] died c. 1190, Tabrīz, ...
Kharagpur
Kharagpur [kar′əg poor΄] city in SW West Bengal, India: pop. 265,000 * * * ▪ India also spelled  Kharakpur        city, south-central West Bengal state, ...
kharaj
Tax imposed on recent Islamic converts in the 7th–8th century. In Islamic territories, Jews, Christians, and Zoroastrians who did not convert to Islam were required to pay a ...
Khārān
▪ Pakistan also called  Khārān Kalāt,        town, north-central Balochistān province, Pakistan. It lies 6 miles (10 km) from the Baddo River. Long a caravan ...
Kharg Island
▪ island, Iran Persian  Jazīreh-ye Khārk,  Arabic  Jazīrat Khārg,         small Iranian island in the northern Persian Gulf, 34 miles (55 km) northwest of the ...
Khargon
▪ India also spelled  Khargone        town, southwestern Madhya Pradesh state, central India, just east of the Kundi River. It is a major agricultural-produce and ...
Khaṛiā
▪ people       any of several groups of hill people living in the Chota Nāgpur area of Orissa and Bihār states, northeastern India, and numbering more than 280,000 in ...
Kharibian, Leo
▪ 2002       American-born dancer, choreographer, and director (b. April 27, 1927, Boston, Mass.—d. Aug. 23, 2001, Leicestershire, Eng.?), helped change the face of ...
kharif
/keuh reef"/, n. (in India) a crop sown in early summer for harvesting in the autumn. [1835-45; < Hindi < Ar kharif autumn] * * *
Khārijah, Al-
▪ Egypt       town, capital of the muḥāfaẓah (governorate) of Al-Wādī al-Jadīd (Wādī al-Jadīd, Al-) (Arabic: “New Valley”) and chief town of Al-Khārijah ...
Kharijite
/kahr"euh juyt'/, n. Islam. a member of an ultraconservative, sometimes fanatical, sect emphasizing the importance of strict adherence to Muslim principles of conduct, and ...
Khariton, Yuly Borisovich
▪ 1997       Russian physicist who figured prominently in the development of nuclear physics research in the Soviet Union in the 1930s and '40s and, as director of the ...
Kharj, Al-
Oasis, east-central Saudi Arabia. It lies southeast of Riyadh and is administered with that city. Situated around a series of deepwater pools, it was chosen as the site of a ...
Kharkiv
Khar·kiv (kärʹkĭv', KHärʹkēw') or Khar·kov (kärʹkôf', KHärʹkəf) A city of northeast Ukraine east of Kiev. Founded in 1656, it was an important 17th-century ...
Kharkov
/kahr"kawf, -kof/; Russ. /khahrdd"keuhf/, n. a city in NE Ukraine: former capital of Ukraine. 1,444,000. * * *
Kharoṣṭhī
▪ writing system       writing system used in northwestern India before about AD 500. The earliest extant inscription in Kharoṣṭhī dates from 251 BC, and the latest ...
Khartoum
/kahr toohm"/, n. a city in and the capital of the Sudan, at the junction of the White and Blue Nile rivers: besieged 1885; retaken by the British 1898. 400,000. Also, Khartum. * ...
Khartoum North
a city in E central Sudan, on the Blue Nile River, opposite Khartoum. 161,278. * * * ▪ The Sudan Arabic  Al-khurṭūm Baḥrī,         city, east-central Sudan. It ...
Khartoum, Siege of
▪ Sudanese history       (March 13, 1884–January 26, 1885), the siege of Khartoum, capital of the Sudan (Sudan, history of the), by al-Mahdī (Mahdī, al-) and his ...
Khartsyzsk
▪ Ukraine also spelled  Charcyzsk        city, eastern Ukraine. It is located on the Krynychne-Ilovaysk rail line in an upland area about 15 miles (25 km) east of ...
Khasavyurt
▪ Russia also spelled  Chasavjurt        city and centre of Khasavyurt rayon (sector), Dagestan republic, southwestern Russia. It lies along the Yaryksu River in a ...
Khasekhemwy
▪ king of Egypt also spelled  Khasekhemui  flourished 27th century BCE       sixth and last ruler of Egypt in the 2nd dynasty (Egypt, ancient) (c. 2775–c. 2650 ...
Khasi
/kah"see/, n. an Austroasiatic language of Assam, in northeast India. * * * ▪ people       people of the Khāsi and Jaintia hills of the state of Meghālaya in India. ...
Khasi Hills
▪ region, India       physiographic region, central Meghalaya (Meghālaya) state, northeastern India. The area consists mostly of hilly regions and includes the ...
Khāsi language
also spelled  Khasia, Khassee, Cossyah, or Kyi,         one of several members of the Khasian branch of the Mon-Khmer family, which is itself a part of the Austroasiatic ...
Khasian languages
      group of languages spoken primarily in the Khāsi Hills and Jaintia Hills of Meghālaya state of northeastern India. The Khasian languages form the westernmost ...
Khaskovo
/khahs"ko vo/, n. a city in S Bulgaria. 75,031. * * * ▪ Bulgaria also spelled  Haskovo        town, southern Bulgaria. It lies in the northeastern foothills of the ...
khat
/kaht/, n. kat. * * * Slender, straight, East African tree (Catha edulis; family Celastraceae). Reaching a height of 80 ft (25 m), the khat tree has large, oval, finely ...
Khatami
/khah"tah mee, khaw"-/, n. Mohammed, born 1943, president of Iran since 1997. * * *
Khatami, Mohammad
or Muḥammad Khātamī born Sept. 29, 1943, Ardakān, Iran President of Iran (from 1997). After studying at a traditional madrasah in the holy city of Qom, he began political ...
Khatanga
Kha·tan·ga (kə-tängʹgə, -tăngʹ-, KHä-tänʹ-) A river, about 1,150 km (715 mi) long, of north-central Russia flowing southeast then north to the Khatanga Gulf, an arm ...
Khatibi, Abdelkebir
▪ Moroccan scholar born 1938, El Jadida, Morocco       Moroccan educator, literary critic, and novelist. He was a member of the angry young generation of the 1960s ...
khatri
/ku"tree/, n. a person who belongs to a Hindu mercantile caste alleged to originate with the Kshatriyas. [1620-30; < Hindi < Skt ksatriya KSHATRIYA] * * *
Khatti
—Khattish, adj. /khat"ee/, n. Hatti. * * *
Khattusas
/khaht"too sahs"/, n. Hattusas. * * * also spelled  Hattusa, Hattusas, or Hattusha,        ancient Hittite city on the site of modern Boğazköy (q.v.). * * *
Khawr Fakkān
▪ United Arab Emirates also spelled  Khawr al-Fakkān,  Khor Fakkan , or  Fakkān        exclave and port town located in Al-Shāriqah (Shāriqah, Al-) emirate, ...
Khayyám
/kuy yahm", -yam"/, n. Omar. See Omar Khayyám. * * *
Khayyám,Omar
Khay·yám (kī-yämʹ, -ămʹ), Omar. See Omar Khayyám. * * *
KhayyámOmar
KhayyámOmar OMAR KHAYYÁM * * *
Khazar
Any member of a confederation of Turkic-speaking tribes that established a commercial empire in European Russia in the late 6th century. A people of the northern Caucasus ...
Khazʿal Khan
▪ Arab sheikh of Moḥammerah born 1861, Moḥammerah, Qājār Iran died May 25, 1936, Tehrān       Arab sheikh (ruler) of the city of Moḥammerah (now ...
kheda
/ked"euh/, n. (in India) an enclosure constructed to ensnare wild elephants. Also, keddah, khedah. [1790-1800; < Hindi] * * * ▪ India also called  Kaira        town, ...
khedive
—khedival, khedivial /keuh dee"vee euhl/, adj. —khediviate /keuh dee"vee it, -ayt'/, khedivate /keuh dee"vit, -vayt'/, n. /keuh deev"/, n. the title of the Turkish viceroys ...
Khelat
/keuh laht"/, n. Kalat. * * *
Khemisset
▪ Morocco       town, north-central Morocco. The town is located between the imperial cities of Rabat and Meknès, at the edge of the Moroccan upland plateau. It is a ...
Khenifra
▪ Morocco       town, central Morocco. It is situated in the western foothills of the southern Middle Atlas (Moyen Atlas) mountains and lies along the banks of the ...
Kheraskov, Mikhail Matveyevich
▪ Russian writer born Nov. 5 [Oct. 25, Old Style], 1733, Pereyaslav, Poltava province, Ukraine, Russian Empire [now Pereyaslav-Khmelnitsky, Ukraine] died Oct. 9 [Sept. 27], ...
Kherson
/ker sawn"/; Russ. /khyirdd sawn"/, n. a port in S Ukraine, on the Dnieper River, on the Black Sea. 340,000. * * * ▪ Ukraine also spelled  Cherson        city, ...
kheth
kheth [khet] n. HET * * *
Khevenhüller, Ludwig Andreas
▪ Austrian field marshal born Nov. 20, 1683, Linz, Austria died Jan. 26, 1744, Vienna       Austrian field marshal and writer of military manuals; the scion of an ...
khi
khi (kī) n. Variant of chi1. * * *
khidmatgar
/kid"meuht gahr'/, n. (in India) a waiter. Also, khidmutgar, khitmatgar, khitmutgar /kit"meuht gahr'/. [1755-65; < Urdu < Pers, equiv. to khidmat service ( < Ar khidmah) + -gar ...
Khiḍr, al-
Legendary Islamic figure endowed with immortality who became a popular saint, especially among sailors and Sufi mystics. His legend is based on a narrative from the Qurān, ...
Khilafat movement
▪ Indian Muslim movement       force that arose in India in the early 20th century as a result of Muslim fears for the integrity of Islām. These fears were aroused by ...
Khimki
/keem"kee/; Russ. /khyeem"kyi/, n. a city in the NW Russian Federation in Europe: a suburb NW of Moscow. 118,000. * * * ▪ Russia also spelled  Chimki        city and ...
Khios
/khee"aws/, n. Greek name of Chios. * * *
Khirbet Qumran
/kear"bet koom"rahn/ an archaeological site in W Jordan, near the NW coast of the Dead Sea: Dead Sea Scrolls found here 1947. Also, Khirbet Qûmran. * * *
KhirbetQumran
Khir·bet Qum·ran (kîrʹbĕt ko͝om-ränʹ) See Qumran. * * *
khirqah
▪ Islam       (Arabic: “rag”), a woolen robe traditionally bestowed by Sufi (Ṣūfism) (Muslim mystic) masters on those who had newly joined the Sufi path, in ...
Khitan
▪ people also called  Khitai        any member of a Mongol people that ruled Manchuria and part of North China from the 10th to the early 12th century under the Liao ...
khitān
▪ Islam       in Islam, circumcision of the male; by extension it may also refer to the circumcision of the female (properly khafḍ1PT). Muslim traditions (Ḥadīth) ...
Khiva
/kee"veuh/; Russ. /khyi vah"/, n. a former Asian khanate along the Amu Darya River, S of the Aral Sea: now divided between Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan. * * * ▪ ...
kḥl
Common Semitic noun *kuḥl-, (powder of) antimony. kohl; alcohol, from Arabic (al-)kuḥl, (the) powder of antimony, antimony. * * *
Khlebnikov, Velimir Vladimirovich
▪ Russian poet original name  Viktor Vladimirovich Khlebnikov   born Oct. 28 [Nov. 9, New Style], 1885, Tundutov, Russia died June 28, 1922, Santalovo, Novgorod ...
Khlyst
/klist/, n., pl. Khlysty /kli stee"/, Khlysts. a member of a rigorously ascetic Russian sect originating in the 17th century and believing that each successive leader of the sect ...
Khmel'nyts'kyy
Khmel'·nyt·s'kyy or Khmel·nit·sky (kə-məl-nĭtʹskē, KHmĕl-nyĕtʹ-) A city of west-central Urkaine west-southwest of Kiev. Founded in the 15th century, it became part ...
Khmelnitsky
/kmel nit"skee/; Russ. /khmyil nyeet"skyee/, n. a city in W Ukraine, SW of Kiev. 172,000. Formerly, Proskurov. * * *
Khmelnytsky, Bohdan
▪ Cossack leader Ukrainian in full  Bohdan Zinoviy Mykhaylovych Khmelnytsky , Polish  Bohdan Chmielnicki , Russian  Bogdan Khmelnitsky  born c. 1595, , Chigirin, ...
Khmelnytsky, Bohdan (Zinoviy Mykhaylovych)
born с 1595, Chigirin, Ukraine died Aug. 16, 1657, Chigirin Ukrainian Cossack leader (1648–57). Although he was educated in Poland and served with the Polish military, he ...
Khmelnytskyy
▪ Ukraine Russian  Khmelnitsky , formerly (until 1954)  Proskuriv , or  Proskurov        city, western Ukraine. It lies along the upper Southern (Pivdennyy) Buh ...
Khmer
/kmair, keuh mair"/, n. 1. a member of a people in Cambodia whose ancestors established an empire about the 5th century A.D. and who reached their zenith during the 9th to the ...
Khmer language
or Cambodian language Mon-Khmer language spoken by more than seven million people in Cambodia (where it is the national language), southern Vietnam, and parts of ...
Khmer literature
Introduction       body of literary works of Khmer peoples of Southeast Asia, mainly Cambodia. Classical literature       The classical literature of Cambodia ...
Khmer Republic
a former official name of Cambodia. * * *
Khmer Rouge
/kmair" roohzh", keuh mair"/, pl. Khmers Rouges /kmair" roohzh", keuh mair"/ for 2. 1. a Cambodian guerrilla and rebel force and political opposition movement, originally ...
Khmerian
See Khmer. * * *
KhmerRepublic
Khmer Republic See Cambodia. * * *
KhmerRouge
Khmer Rouge n. A Cambodian Communist movement that was active as a guerrilla force from 1970 to the late 1990s and held power under the leadership of Pol Pot from 1975 to ...
Khmuic languages
      group of languages spoken primarily in Laos in areas scattered around Luang Prabang and extending into parts of Thailand and northern Vietnam. The Khmuic languages ...
Khnum
/khnoohm/, n. Egyptian Relig. a god in the form of a ram who created human beings from clay on a potter's wheel. * * * or Khnemu Ancient Egyptian god of fertility, associated ...
Khodzhent
/koh jent"/; Russ. /khu jent"/, n. a city in N Tajikistan on the Syr Darya. 153,000. Formerly (1936-91), Leninabad. * * *
Khoei, Abolqasem al-
▪ Iranian cleric also spelled  Abū al-Qāsim al-Khūʾī  born November 19, 1899, Khvoy, Iran died August 8, 1992, Al-Kūfah, Iraq       Iranian-born cleric who, as ...
Khoekhoe
or Khoikhoi formerly Hottentot (pejorative) Group of peoples, speaking closely related Khoisan languages, who were among the first indigenous southern Africans encountered by ...
Khoekhoe languages
Khoekhoe also spelled  Khoikhoi , formerly called  Hottentot languages      a subgroup of the Khoe language family, one of three branches of the Southern African Khoisan ...
Khoikhoi
/koy"koy'/, n., pl. Khoikhois, (esp. collectively) Khoikhoi for 1. 1. a member of a pastoral people, physically and linguistically akin to the San, who inhabited Cape Province, ...
Khoikhoin
Khoi·khoin (koiʹkoi'ĭn) or Khoi·khoi (koiʹkoi) n. pl. Khoikhoin or Khoi·khoins or Khoikhoi or Khoi·khois 1. A member of a pastoral people of Namibia and South Africa. 2. ...
Khoisan
/koy"sahn/, n. 1. a family of languages found chiefly in southern Africa and including the languages of the San and the Khoikhoi. adj. 2. of or belonging to Khoisan. * * *
Khoisan languages
Group of more than 20 languages presently spoken by perhaps several hundred thousand Khoekhoe and San peoples of southern Africa. A number of Khoisan languages are now either ...
khoja
/koh"jeuh/, n. 1. a teacher in a Muslim school. 2. (cap.) a member of a subsect of the Muslims in India. [1615-25; < Pers khwaja] * * * ▪ Islam Persian  Khvājeh, ...
Kholmogory
▪ Russia also spelled  Cholmogory,  formerly  (until 1972) Kolmogory        village, port, and administrative centre of Kholmogory rayon (sector), Arkhangelsk ...
Khomeini
/khoh may"nee, khoo-/; Pers. /khaw'may nee"/, n. Ayatollah Ruhollah /rooh hoh"leuh/; Pers. /rddooh'haw lah"/, 1900?-89, Islamic leader of Iran 1979-89. * * *
Khomeini, Hojatoleslam Seyed Ahmad
▪ 1996       Iranian political leader who was a close aide of his father, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, and a member of Iran's Supreme National Security Council (b. March ...
Khomeini, Ruhollah
orig. Ruhollah Musavi born May 17, 1900?, Khomeyn, Iran died June 3, 1989, Tehrān Shīʽite cleric and leader of Iran (1979–89). He received a traditional religious ...
Khomeini,Ayatollah Ruholla
Kho·mei·ni (kō-māʹnē, KHō-, KHô'mā-nēʹ), Ayatollah Ruholla. 1900-1989. Iranian Shiite leader and head of state (1979-1989). Arrested (1963) and exiled (1964) for his ...
Khomyakov, Aleksey Stepanovich
▪ Russian poet and theologian born May 1 [May 13, New Style], 1804, Moscow, Russia died Sept. 23 [Oct. 5], 1860, Ryazan, near Moscow  Russian poet and founder of the ...
Khon Kaen
▪ Thailand       town, northeastern Thailand, on the Khorat Plateau. It is a rice-trading centre on the railway between Nakhon Ratchasima and Udon Thani. Khon Kaen ...
Khond
/kond/, n. a member of an outcaste Dravidian people of the state of Orissa in eastern India. * * * ▪ people also spelled  Kond,  Kandh , or  Kondh        people ...
Khone Falls
▪ waterfall, Laos French  Chutes De Khone,        series of cataracts on the Mekong River, extreme southern Laos, on the Cambodian border. The falls are the principal ...
Khons
or Khensu or Chons Ancient Egyptian moon god. He was the son of the god Amon and the goddess Mut. He was usually depicted as a young man wearing a lunar disk and a rearing ...
Khoo Teck Puat
▪ 2005       Singaporean financier and hotelier (b. Jan. 13, 1917, Singapore—d. Feb. 21, 2004, Singapore), was the richest person in Singapore, with an estimated ...
Khoper
Kho·per (kə-pyôrʹ, KHŏ-) A river, about 1,006 km (625 mi) long, of southwest Russia flowing generally south to the Don River. * * *
Khorana
/koh rah"neuh, kaw-/, n. Har Gobind /hahr goh"bind/, born 1922, U.S. biochemist and researcher in genetics, born in India: Nobel prize for medicine 1968. * * *
Khorana, Har Gobind
born Jan. 9, 1922, Raipur, India Indian-born U.S. biochemist. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Liverpool and later taught in Canada and the U.S., from 1970 at MIT. ...
Khorana,Har Gobind
Kho·ra·na (kō-räʹnə), Har Gobind. Born 1922. Indian-born American biochemist. He shared a 1968 Nobel Prize for the study of genetic codes. * * *
Khorāsān
or Khurāsān Province (pop., 1996: 6,048,000), northeastern Iran. Its capital is Mashhad. The region was first named by the Sāsānian dynasty, in whose language it means ...
Khorāsān carpet
 handwoven floor covering made in the region of Khorāsān, in northeastern Iran. Herāt carpets (Herāt carpet) are the classic carpets of the district. From the late 18th and ...
Khorat Plateau
▪ plateau, Thailand also spelled  Korat Plateau,         saucer-shaped tableland of northeastern Thailand. It occupies 60,000 square miles (155,000 square km), is ...
Khorram-dīnān
or Khorramiyyeh Islamic sect that flourished in the 9th–11th centuries. Though they were Muslims, some members of this sect believed in transmigration of souls and in the ...
Khorramābād
▪ Iran also spelled  Khurramābād,         city, western Iran. It commands a river gap in the Lorestān mountains used by the main road from Khūzestān to the ...
Khorramshahr
▪ Iran formerly  Mohammerah        city and port, southwestern Iran. It lies on the right (west) bank of the Kārūn River where it enters the Shatt al-Arab, 45 ...
Khorugh
▪ Tajikistan also spelled  Khorog        capital of the Gorno-Badakhshan (“Mountain Badakhshan”) autonomous region, south-central Tajikistan. It is situated near ...
Khosrow
(as used in expressions) Khosrow II Khosrow Parviz Khosrow I Khosrow Anushirvan * * *
Khosrow I
or Khosrow Anūshīrvān died 579 Persian king (r. 531–579) of the Sāsānian dynasty. He reformed taxation, reorganized the army, and launched military campaigns against ...
Khosrow II
or Khosrow Parvīz died 628 King of the Sāsānian dynasty (r. 590–628) whose military exploits extended the empire to its furthest extent. He came to the throne assisted by ...
Khotan
/khoh"tahn", koh-/, n. Older Spelling. Hotan. * * * ▪ China Wade-Giles romanization  Ho-t'ien,  Pinyin  Hotan,         oasis town in the southwest of the Uighur ...
Khotan rug
 floor covering handwoven in or about the ancient city of Khotan (Hotan) in the southern Uygur Autonomous Region of Xinjiang (Chinese Turkistan). Khotan rugs were once called ...
Khotanese
Kho·ta·nese (kō'tə-nēzʹ, -nēsʹ) n. A Middle Iranian language preserved in Buddhist and secular documents from eastern Chinese Turkistan that date from about the fifth ...
khoum
khoum [ko͞om] n. a monetary unit of Mauritania, equal to 1/ 5 of an ouguiya * * * khoum (ko͞om, ko͝om) n. See table at currency.   [Native word in Mauritania.] * * *
khoums
/koohmz, khoohmz/, n., pl. khoums. a coin and monetary unit of Mauritania, the 5th part of an ouguiya. [1970-75; < F < Ar khums lit., one fifth] * * *
Khouribga
/koo reeb"geuh, koor'eeb gah"/, n. a city in W central Morocco. 159,000. * * * ▪ Morocco       city, northwestern Morocco. The city is situated on an infertile upland ...
Khowar
/koh"wahr/, n. an Indo-Iranian language of northwest Pakistan. * * *
Khrapovitsky, Antony
▪ Russian archbishop original name  Aleksey Pavlovich Khrapovitsky   born March 17, 1863, Novgorod, Russia died Aug. 10, 1936, Sremski Karlovci, Yugos.       Russian ...
Khrennikov, Tikhon Nikolayevich
▪ 2008       Soviet composer and bureaucrat born May 28 [June 10, New Style], 1913, Yelets, Russia died Aug. 14, 2007, Moscow, Russia as head (1948–91) of the Union ...
Khrushchev
/kroosh"chef, -chawf, kroohsh"-/; Russ. /khrddooh shchyawf"/, n. Nikita S(ergeyevich) /ni kee"teuh serr gay"euh vich/; Russ. /nyi kyee"teuh syirdd gye"yeuh vyich/, 1894-1971, ...
Khrushchev's secret speech
▪ Soviet history  (February 25, 1956), in Russian history, denunciation of the deceased Soviet leader Joseph Stalin (Stalin, Joseph) made by Nikita S. Khrushchev (Khrushchev, ...
Khrushchev, Nikita (Sergeyevich)
born April 17, 1894, Kalinovka, Ukraine, Russian Empire died Sept. 11, 1971, Moscow, Russia, U.S.S.R. Soviet leader. Son of a miner, he joined the Communist Party in 1918. In ...
Khrushchev, Nikita Sergeyevich
▪ premier of Union of Soviet Socialist Republics Introduction born April 17 [April 5, Old Style], 1894, Kalinovka, Russia died September 11, 1971, Moscow, Russia, Soviet ...
Khrushchev,Nikita Sergeyevich
Khru·shchev (kro͝oshʹchĕf, -chôf, KHro͞o-shchyôfʹ), Nikita Sergeyevich. 1894-1971. Soviet politician. A Stalin loyalist in the 1930s, he was appointed first secretary of ...
Khuang Aphaiwong
▪ Thai premier Aphaiwong also spelled  Abhaiwong   born May 17, 1902, Bătdâmbâng, Cambodia died March 15, 1968, Bangkok       Thai politician who founded and led ...
Khubar, Al-
▪ Saudi Arabia also spelled  Al-Khobar        oasis and port city, Al-Sharqīyah minṭaqah (province) and region, eastern Saudi Arabia, on the Persian Gulf south of ...
Khuc Thua Du
▪ Vietnamese ruler flourished 10th century       Vietnamese ruler in 906–907 whose rise to power, as a result of a successful rebellion in 906, constituted one of the ...
Khuddaka Nikaya
(Pali: "Short Collection") Collection of Buddhist texts. It constitutes the fifth and last section of the Pali-language Sutta Pitaka, one of the sacred texts of Theravada ...
Khudzhand
Khu·dzhand (ko͞o-jändʹ) See Khujand. * * *
Khufu
/kooh"fooh/, n. Cheops. * * * ▪ king of Egypt Greek  Cheops  flourished 25th century BCE       second king of the 4th dynasty (Egypt, ancient) (c. 2575–c. 2465 ...
Khujand
Khu·jand or Khu·dzhand (ko͞o-jändʹ) A city of northwest Tajikistan on the Syr Darya River south of Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Located on an ancient caravan route, it is one of ...
Khulna
/kool"neuh/, n. a city in S Bangladesh, on the delta of the Ganges. 437,304. * * * City (pop., 1991: metro. area, 877,388), southwestern Bangladesh. Located northeast of ...
Khums, Al-
▪ Libya also spelled  Homs, or Khoms,         town, northwestern Libya. It is located on the Mediterranean coast about 60 miles (97 km) southeast of Tripoli. The ...
Khun Sa
▪ 2008 Chang Chi-fu or Chufu or Shi-fu        Myanmar drug trafficker and militant separatist born Feb. 17, 1934, Shan state, Burma [now Myanmar] died Oct. 26, 2007, ...
Khuri, Bishara al-
▪ president of Lebanon born Aug. 10, 1890, Beirut, Ottoman Empire [now in Lebanon] died Jan. 11, 1964, Beirut       Lebanese statesman, president of Lebanon from 1943 ...
Khurīyā Murīyā
▪ island group, Oman also spelled  Kuria Muria        island group of Oman, in the Arabian Sea, situated 25 miles (40 km) off the country's southeastern coast. The ...
Khuriyyā Muriyyā Islands
or Kuria Muria Islands Island group, Oman. Located in the Arabian Sea off the country's southeastern coast, it comprises five mainly uninhabited islands with a total land area ...
khurta
/kerr"teuh/, n. kurta. * * *
khus-khus
/kus"keuhs/, n. vetiver (def. 2). [1800-10; < Pers, Hindi khaskhas] * * *
Khust
▪ city, Ukraine also spelled  Chust         city, western Ukraine, near the confluence of the Rika and Tisza (Tisza River) rivers. It arose in the 10th century as a ...
Khutbah
/khoot"beuh/, n. Islam. a sermon preached by an imam in a mosque at the time of the Friday noon prayer. [1790-1800; < Ar khutbah] * * * ▪ Islamic sermon also spelled ...
Khuzdār
▪ Pakistan also spelled  Hozdar,         town, Balochistān province, southwestern Pakistan. The town lies along the Kolāchi River at the apex of a narrow valley in ...
Khūzestān
▪ geographical region, Iran also spelled  Khuzistan,  formerly  ʿArabestān,         geographic region in southwestern Iran, lying at the head of the Persian Gulf ...
Khuzistan
/khooh'zi stahn"/; Eng. /kooh"zeuh stan', -stahn'/, n. a province in SW Iran, on the Persian Gulf. 2,187,198; ab. 35,000 sq. mi. (90,650 sq. km). Cap.: Ahwaz. Also, Khuzestan. * ...
Khvoy
▪ Iran also spelled  Khōī,         city, northwestern Iran. The city is well laid out, with cool streams and lines of willows along broad, regular streets. There ...
khw
see qhw. * * *
Khwae Noi River
▪ river, Thailand also called  Kwai River , Thai  Mae Nam Khwae Noi   tributary of the Mae Klong River, flowing wholly in western Thailand. It rises near Three Pagodas ...
Khwāndamīr, Ghiyās ad-Dīn Muḥammad
▪ Persian historian Khwāndamīr also spelled  Khondamir   born c. 1475, , Herāt, Khorāsān [now in Afghanistan] died 1534/37, ; buried in Delhi, ...
Khwārezm
or Khwārizm Historic region along the Amu Darya (ancient Oxus River), in modern Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. It formed part of the empire of Achaemenian Persia in the ...
Khwārezm-Shah dynasty
(с 1077–1231) Dynasty that ruled Central Asia and Iran, first as vassals of the Seljūq dynasty and then independently. It was founded by a slave, Anūtegin Gharachaʾī, ...

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