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kouros
/koor"os/, n., pl. kouroi /koor"oy/. Gk. Antiq. a sculptured representation of a young man, esp. one produced prior to the 5th century B.C. [1915-20; < Gk koûros, dial. var. of ...
Kourou
▪ French Guiana       coastal town, north-central French Guiana, on the Kourou River. From 1854 to 1944 it served as a French penal colony. In the 19th century about ...
Kourouma, Ahmadou
▪ 2004       Ivorian novelist and playwright (b. November 1927, Boundiali, French West Africa [now in Côte d'Ivoire]—d. Dec. 11, 2003, Lyon, France), wrote in a form ...
Kouroussa
▪ Guinea       town and river port, east-central Guinea. It lies at the head of navigation of the upper Niger River and along the railroad and road from Conakry to ...
kous-
To hear. Oldest form *ə₂kous-. 1. a. hear, from Old English hīeran, to hear; b. hearken, from Old English he(o)rcnian, to harken. Both a and b from Germanic *hauzjan; 2. ...
Koussevitzky
/kooh'seuh vit"skee/, n. Serge /sairzh/ (Sergei Alexandrovich Koussevitsky), 1874-1951, Russian orchestra conductor in the U.S. * * *
Koussevitzky, Serge
orig. Sergey Aleksandrovich Kusevitsky born July 26, 1874, Vyshny Volochyok, Russia died June 4, 1951, Boston, Mass., U.S. Russian-born U.S. conductor. A virtuoso double-bass ...
Koussevitzky,Sergei Aleksandrovich
Kous·se·vitz·ky (ko͞o'sə-vĭtʹskē), Sergei Aleksandrovich. Known as “Serge.” 1874-1951. Russian-born American conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra (1924-1949) ...
Koussi, Mount
▪ mountain, Chad also called  Emi Koussi,         highest summit (11,204 feet [3,415 m]) in the Sahara, situated 109 miles (176 km) north-northwest of Faya in the ...
Kovàc
/kaw"vahch/, n. Michal /mi"khahl/, born 1928, president of Slovakia since 1993. * * *
Kovacs, Laszlo
▪ 2008       Hungarian-born American cinematographer born May 14, 1933, Cece, Hung. died July 22, 2007, Beverly Hills, Calif. photographed notable films of the 1960s ...
Kovalevskaya, Sofya Vasilyevna
▪ Russian mathematician born January 15, 1850, Moscow, Russia died February 10, 1891, Stockholm, Sweden  mathematician and writer who made a valuable contribution to the ...
Kovalevsky
/kov'euh lef"skee, -lev"-/, n. Sonia /sohn"yeuh/, (Sofia Vasilievna Kovalevskaya), 1850-91, Russian mathematician. * * *
Kovalevsky, Aleksandr Onufriyevich
▪ Russian embryologist born Nov. 7 [Nov. 19, New Style], 1840, Shustyanka, near Dvinsk, Russia died Nov. 9 [Nov. 22], 1901, St. Petersburg       Russian founder of ...
Kovar
Kovar [kō′vär΄] trademark for an alloy that consists mostly of iron, nickel, and cobalt, and has the same heat expansion properties as heat-resistant glass: it is usually ...
Kovel, Ralph Mallory
▪ 2009       American antiques expert born Aug. 20, 1920, Milwaukee, Wis. died Aug. 28, 2008, Cleveland, Ohio popularized the finding and collecting of antiques and ...
Kovno
/kawv"neuh/, n. Russian name of Kaunas. * * *
Kovrov
/kov rawf", -rof"/; Russ. /ku vrddawf"/, n. a city in the W Russian Federation in Europe, ENE of Moscow. 143,000. * * * ▪ Russia       city, Vladimir oblast (region), ...
kovsh
▪ drinking vessel  Russian drinking vessel with a boat-shaped body and a single handle. It is thought that many of the earliest examples, which date from the 16th century, ...
Koweit
/koh wayt"/, n. Kuwait. * * *
kowhai
/koh"wuy/, n. a New Zealand tree, Sophora tetraptera, of the legume family, having clusters of golden-yellow flowers. [1825-35; < Maori ko(w)hai] * * *
Kowloon
/kow"loohn"/, n. Older Spelling. 1. a peninsula in SE China, opposite Hong Kong island: a part of the Hong Kong colony. 3 sq. mi. (7.8 sq. km). 2. a seaport on this peninsula. ...
Kowloon Peninsula
▪ peninsula, Hong Kong, China also spelled  Kaulun  or  Kaulung , Chinese (Pinyin)  Jiulong  or  (Wade-Giles romanization)  Chiu-lung    part of the Hong Kong ...
kowtow
—kowtower, n. /kow"tow", -tow', koh"-/, v.i. 1. to act in an obsequious manner; show servile deference. 2. to touch the forehead to the ground while kneeling, as an act of ...
Koyukon
/koy'yooh kon", kah'-/, n. 1. a member of a North American Indian people living in the Yukon River valley in west-central Alaska. 2. the Athabaskan language of the Koyukon. Also ...
Koyukuk
Koy·u·kuk (kīʹə-kŭk') A river, about 805 km (500 mi) long, of northern Alaska flowing generally southwest from the Brooks Range to the Yukon River. * * *
Koyukuk River
River, central Alaska, U.S. It rises on the southern slope of the Brooks Range and flows southwest for 500 mi (800 km) to join the Yukon River, of which it is a major ...
Kozani
/kaw zah"nee/, n. a city in central Greece. 23,240. Also, Kozáne. * * * ▪ Greece       town, capital of the nomós (department) of Kozáni, western Greek Macedonia. ...
Koželuch, Leopold
▪ Czech composer in full  Leopold Anton Koželuch , Koželuch also spelled  Kotzeluch   born Dec. 9, 1752, Velvary, Bohemia [now in Czech Republic] died May 7, 1818, ...
Kozhikode
/koh"zhi kohd'/, n. a city in W Kerala, in SW India. 333,980. Formerly, Calicut. * * * ▪ India also called  Calicut        city, northern Kerala state, southwestern ...
Kozlov
/koz"lawf, -lof/; Russ. /ku zlawf"/, n. 1. Frol R(omanovich) /frddawl rddu mah"neuh vyich/, 1908-65, Russian government official. 2. former name of Michurinsk. * * *
Kozyrev, Nikolay Aleksandrovich
▪ Russian astronomer born Sept. 2, 1908, St. Petersburg, Russia died Feb. 27, 1983       Russian astronomer, who claimed to have discovered volcano-like activity on the ...
Kołobrzeg
▪ Poland German  Kolberg        city, Zachodniopomorskie województwo (province), northwestern Poland. It lies at the mouth of the Parsęta River on the Baltic Sea. ...
Kołłątaj, Hugo
▪ Polish priest born April 1, 1750, Doderkały Wielkie, Volhynia, Pol. died Feb. 28, 1812, Warsaw  Polish Roman Catholic priest, reformer, and politician who was prominent ...
Koƈu Bey
▪ Ottoman statesman in full  Kuricali Koƈu Mustafa Bey, Kuricali  also spelled  Göriceli, Koƈu  also spelled  Koƈi  born , Korƈa, Ottoman Empire died c. 1650, ...
KP
Chess. king's pawn. * * *
kpc
kiloparsec; kiloparsecs. * * *
Kpelle
/keuh pel"euh/, n., pl. Kpelles, (esp. collectively) Kpelle for 1. 1. a member of an indigenous people living mainly in Liberia. 2. the Mande language of the Kpelle people. * * ...
kph
kilometers per hour. Also, k.p.h. * * *
kpp
I. kpp1 Central Semitic noun *kapp-, palm of the hand. a. kaph, from Hebrew kap, kaph; b. kappa, from Greek kappa, kappa. Both a and b from Phoenician *kapp, palm of the hand, ...
kpr
I. kpr1 To wipe clean, polish, purify, cover. Yom Kippur, from Hebrew kippûr, atonement, from kippēr, to cover, atone.   II. kpr2 Common Semitic noun *kapar-, village. 1. ...
KR
Chess. king's rook. * * *
Kr
Symbol. Chem. krypton. * * *
Kr.
1. (in Sweden and the Faeroe Islands) krona; kronor. 2. (in Iceland) króna; krónur. 3. (in Denmark and Norway) krone; kroner. * * *
kr.
1. kreutzer. 2. krona; kronor. 3. króna; krónur. 4. krone; kroner. * * *
Kra
/krah/, n. Isthmus of, the narrowest part of the Malay Peninsula, between the Bay of Bengal and the Gulf of Siam. 35 mi. (56 km) wide. * * *
Kra, Isthmus of
▪ isthmus, Myanmar and Thailand Thai  Khokhok Kra        narrow neck of southern Myanmar (Burma) and Thailand, connecting the Malay Peninsula to the Asian mainland. ...
Kra,Isthmus of
Kra (krä), Isthmus of A strip of land, about 64 km (40 mi) wide at its narrowest point, linking the Malay Peninsula with the Asian mainland. * * *
kraal
/krahl/, n. 1. an enclosure for cattle and other domestic animals in southern Africa. 2. a village of the native peoples of South Africa, usually surrounded by a stockade or the ...
Krabi
▪ Thailand       port town, southwestern Thailand. Krabi is situated on the Strait of Malacca on the Andaman Sea and is a departure point for fishing and for travel to ...
Krâchéh
▪ Cambodia also spelled  Kratie        town, northeastern Cambodia. Krâchéh is located on the eastern bank of the Mekong River, at the head of Mekong navigation. ...
Kraenzlein, Alvin
▪ American athlete born December 12, 1876, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S. died January 6, 1928, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania       American athlete, the first competitor to ...
Kraepelin
/krdde'peuh leen"/, n. Emil /ay"meel/, 1856-1926, German psychiatrist. * * *
Kraepelin, Emil
born Feb. 15, 1856, Neustrelitz, Mecklenburg-Strelitz died Oct. 7, 1926, Munich, Ger. German psychiatrist. He taught at the Universities of Heidelberg and Munich, where he ...
Krafft-Ebing
/kraft"eb"ing, krahft"-/; Ger. /krddahft"ay"bingk/, n. Richard /rich"euhrd/; Ger. /rddikh"ahrddt/, Baron von, 1840-1902, German neurologist and author of works on sexual ...
Krafft-Ebing, Richard, Freiherr (Baron) von
born Aug. 14, 1840, Mannheim, Baden died Dec. 22, 1902, near Graz, Austria German neuropsychiatrist. Educated in Germany and Switzerland, he taught psychiatry in the Austrian ...
Krafft-Ebing, Richard, Freiherr von
▪ German psychologist born Aug. 14, 1840, Mannheim, Baden [Germany] died Dec. 22, 1902, near Graz, Austria       German neuropsychiatrist who was a pioneering student ...
Krafft-Ebing,Baron Richard von
Krafft-E·bing (krăftʹĕbʹĭng, kräftʹāʹbĭng), Baron Richard von. 1840-1902. German physician and neurologist particularly known for his studies of sexual deviance and ...
kraft
/kraft, krahft/, n. a strong, usually brown paper processed from wood pulp, used chiefly for bags and as wrapping paper. [1905-10; < G: lit., strength] * * *
Kraft Foods Inc.
▪ American company       one of the world's largest food and beverage companies with sales in more than 145 countries. Its headquarters are in Northfield, ...
Kraft Foods, Inc.
U.S. manufacturer and marketer of food products. It grew out of a wholesale cheese delivery business established in Chicago in 1903 by James L. Kraft. Incorporated as J.L. Kraft ...
kraft process
Chem. See sulfate process. * * * Chemical method for producing wood pulp using caustic soda and sodium sulfide as the liquor in which the pulpwood is cooked to loosen the ...
Kraft, Adam
▪ German sculptor Kraft also spelled  Krafft   born c. 1455, –60, Nürnberg, Bavaria [Germany] died 1508/09, Schwabach, near Nürnberg  sculptor of the Nürnberg school ...
Kraftwerk
▪ German music group       German experimental group widely regarded as the godfathers of electronic pop music. The original members were Ralf Hütter (b. 1946, Krefeld, ...
Kraft{™}
a US company best known for making various types of cheese, including Philadelphia cheese. Its other products include biscuits, snacks, coffee, sauces and pickles. * * *
Krag, Jens Otto
▪ prime minister of Denmark born Sept. 15, 1914, Randers, Den. died June 22, 1978, Skiveren       one of Denmark's foremost socialist politicians, who twice served as ...
Kragujevac
▪ Serbia       city in Serbia. It lies on the Lepenica River, a tributary of the Morava (Morava River). It is the chief city of the Šumadija region, in which at the ...
Krainik, Ardis Joan
▪ 1998       American arts executive (b. March 8, 1929, Manitowoc, Wis.—d. Jan. 18, 1997, Chicago, Ill.), was the general director of the Lyric Opera of Chicago for 15 ...
krait
/kruyt/, n. any of several large, usually banded, placid but highly venomous snakes constituting the genus Bungarus, of the cobra family, common in southeastern Asia and the ...
Krajina
Kra·ji·na (krīʹē-nə) A region of southern Croatia bordering on western Bosnia and Herzegovina. Inhabited primarily by ethnic Serbs since the 15th century, the region ...
Krak
/krahk/, n. Kerak. * * *
Krak des Chevaliers
▪ castle, Syria French-Arabic“Castle of the Knights”       greatest fortress built by European crusaders in Syria and Palestine, one of the most notable surviving ...
Krakatau
/krak'euh tow", krah'keuh-/, n. a volcano and small island in Indonesia, between Java and Sumatra: violent eruption 1883. Also, Krakatao, Krakatoa /krak'euh toh"euh, ...
Krakatoa
or Krakatau Island volcano in the centre of the Sunda Strait, between Java and Sumatra, Indonesia. Its eruption in 1883 was one of the most catastrophic in history. Its ...
Krakau
Ger. /krddah"kow/, n. Cracow. * * *
kraken
/krah"keuhn/, n. (often cap.) a legendary sea monster causing large whirlpools off the coast of Norway. [ < Norw] * * * ▪ legendary sea monster       a fabulous ...
Kraków
Pol. /krddah"koof/, n. Cracow. * * * or Cracow City (pop., 2000 est.: 741,510), southern Poland. Located on both sides of the upper Vistula River, it was the capital of a ...
krakowiak
/kreuh koh"vee ak'/, n. a lively Polish folk dance in duple meter with syncopated accents. Also, cracovienne. [1885-90; < Pol, deriv. of Kraków CRACOW] * * *
Kraljevo
▪ Serbia       city in central Serbia. It lies along the north bank of the Ibar River in a fertile agricultural region. The city's heavy industry includes the ...
Krall, Diana
▪ 2001       The golden girl of jazz at the 2000 Grammy Awards was Diana Krall, whose CD When I Look in Your Eyes not only won the prize for best jazz vocal performance ...
Kramators'k
Kra·ma·tors'k (krä'mə-tôrskʹ, krə-) A city of eastern Ukraine in the Donets Basin south-southeast of Kharkiv. It is an iron and steel center. Population: 202,600. * * *
Kramatorsk
/krah'meuh tawrsk"/; Russ. /krddeuh mu tawrddsk"/, n. a city in E Ukraine, in the Donets Basin. 178,000. * * * ▪ Ukraine       city, eastern Ukraine. It lies on the ...
Kramer
/kray"meuhr/, n. John Albert (Jack), born 1921, U.S. tennis player and promoter. * * * (as used in expressions) Kramer Jack John Albert Kramer Erich Paul Kramer * * *
Kramer, Dame Leonie Judith
▪ Australian literary scholar original name  Leonie Judith Gibson  born Oct. 1, 1924, Melbourne       Australian literary scholar and educator.       Kramer ...
Kramer, Jack
orig. John Albert Kramer born Aug. 1, 1921, Las Vegas, Nev., U.S. U.S. tennis player and promoter. He won the Wimbledon singles (1947) and men's doubles (1946–47), the U.S. ...
Kramer, Josef
▪ Nazi commander byname  Beast of Belsen,  German  Bestie von Belsen   born 1906 died Dec. 13, 1945, Hameln, Ger.       German commander of the Bergen-Belsen ...
Kramer, Stanley
▪ American film producer and director born September 29, 1913, New York, New York, U.S. died February 19, 2001, Woodland Hills, California  American film producer and ...
Kramer, Stanley Earl
▪ 2002       American film producer and director (b. Sept. 29, 1913, New York, N.Y.—d. Feb. 19, 2001, Woodland Hills, Calif.), created unconventional, socially ...
Kramer,Larry
Kra·mer (krāʹmər), Larry. Born 1935. American writer and activist whose works include the novel Faggots (1978) and the play The Normal Heart (1985). In 1988 he founded the ...
Kramers, Hendrik Anthony
▪ Dutch physicist born Dec. 17, 1894, Rotterdam died April 24, 1952, Oegstgeest, Neth.       Dutch physicist who, with Ralph de Laer Kronig, derived important equations ...
Kramnik, Vladimir
born June 25, 1975, Tuapse, Russia, U.S.S.R. Russian international chess grandmaster. He won the world championship in 2000 from his countryman Garry Kasparov. Kramnik learned ...
kran
/krahn/, n. a former silver coin of Iran. [1880-85; < Pers qiran] * * *
Kranach
Ger. /krddah"nahkh/, n. Cranach. * * *
Krancke, Theodor
▪ German naval officer born March 10, 1893, Magdeburg, Germany died June 18, 1973, Hamburg, West Germany       German naval commander during World War ...
Krantz
(1928– ) a US writer who has been called ‘the queen of the glamour novel’. Her stories are about beautiful women and rich, powerful men. Her first and best-known novel was ...
Krapina remains
▪ paleontology       fossilized remains of at least 24 early Neanderthal adults and children, consisting of skulls, teeth, and other skeletal parts found in a rock ...
Krasicki, Ignacy
▪ Polish poet born February 3, 1735, Dubiecko, Poland died March 14, 1801, Berlin, Germany  a major Polish poet, satirist, and prose writer of the ...
Krasiński, Zygmunt
▪ Polish poet and dramatist in full  Napoleon Stanisław Adam Ludwik Zygmunt Krasiński   born February 19, 1812, Paris, France died February 23, 1859, Paris  Polish ...
Krasner, Lee
orig. Lenore Krassner born Oct. 27, 1908, Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S. died June 19, 1984, New York, N.Y. U.S. painter. Born to Russian immigrants, in 1937 she began to study with the ...
Krasner, Louis
▪ 1996       Ukrainian-born U.S. violinist and music teacher who was best remembered for having commissioned Alban Berg to write his 1934 Violin Concerto (b. June 21, ...
Krasner,Lee
Kras·ner (krăzʹnər), Lee. 1908-1984. American artist known for her spontaneous, gestural approach to painting. She was a founder of the New York School of abstract ...
Krasnoarmiysk
▪ Ukraine Russian  Krasnoarmeysk , formerly (until 1934)  Grishino , Ukrainian  Hryshyne , (1934–38)  Postysheve        city, eastern Ukraine. It is an old ...
Krasnodar
/kras"neuh dahr'/; Russ. /krddeuh snu dahrdd"/, n. 1. a territory of the Russian Federation in SE Europe. 4,814,000; 34,200 sq. mi. (88,578 sq. km). 2. Formerly, Ekaterinodar, ...
Krasnodon
▪ Ukraine formerly (until 1938)  Sorokino , Ukrainian  Sorokyne        coal-mining city, eastern Ukraine. It lies on the Great (Bilsha) Kam'yanka River. Krasnodon ...
Krasnogorsk
▪ Russia       city and centre of a rayon (sector), Moscow oblast (region), western Russia, a few miles west of Moscow. Situated in the Moscow greenbelt, it was known ...
Krasnokamsk
▪ Russia       city, Perm kray (territory), western Russia. Krasnokamsk lies along the Kama River. Founded in 1929 as a settlement in connection with the development ...
Krasnoturinsk
▪ Russia also spelled  Krasnoturjinsk        town, Sverdlovsk oblast (region), western Russia. The town lies along the Turya River in the eastern foothills of the ...
Krasnov, Pyotr Nikolayevich
▪ Russian officer born Sept. 10 [Sept. 22, New Style], 1869, St. Petersburg, Russia died Jan. 17, 1947, U.S.S.R.       imperial Russian army officer and a commander of ...
Krasnoyarsk
/kras"neuh yahrsk'/; Russ. /krddeuh snu yahrddsk"/, n. 1. a territory of the Russian Federation in N and central Asia. 3,198,000; 827,507 sq. mi. (2,143,243 sq. km). 2. a town in ...
Krasnoye Selo
▪ sector, Saint Petersburg, Russia       rayon (sector), St. Petersburg, northwestern Russia. The name Krasnoye Selo, meaning “beautiful village,” has been in use ...
Krasny
/kras"nee/; Russ. /krddah"snee/, n. Russian name of Kyzyl. * * *
Krasny Luch
/krddah"snee loohch"/ a city in SE Ukraine, E of Donetsk. 106,000. * * *
Krasnyy Luch
▪ Ukraine Russian  Krasny Luch,  formerly (until 1920)  Krindachevka , or  Kryndachivka        city, eastern Ukraine, on the southern slopes of the Donets Hills. ...
Kraszewski, Józef Ignacy
▪ Polish writer pseudonym  Bogdan Bolesławita   born July 28, 1812, Warsaw, duchy of Warsaw [now in Poland] died March 19, 1887, Geneva, Switzerland  Polish novelist, ...
krater
/kray"teuhr/, n. Gk. and Rom. Antiq. a mixing bowl characterized by a wide mouth and body with two handles projecting vertically from the juncture of the neck and body, used to ...
Kration
K ration n. An emergency field ration for U.S. armed forces in World War II, consisting of a single packaged meal.   [After Ancel Benjamin Keys (born 1904), American ...
kraurosis
—kraurotic /kraw rot"ik/, adj. /kraw roh"sis/, n. Pathol. atrophy and shrinkage of the skin, esp. of the vulva. [1885-90; < Gk kraûr(os) dry, brittle + -OSIS] * * *
Kraus
/krows/, n. Karl, 1874-1936, Austrian writer and editor. * * *
Kraus, Alfredo
▪ 2000       Spanish opera singer who, throughout an incredible 40-year career, was admired as one of the century's finest lyric tenors, notably in the bel canto ...
Kraus, Karl
born April 28, 1874, Gitschin, Bohemia died June 12, 1936, Vienna, Austria Austrian journalist, critic, playwright, and poet. In 1899 he founded Die Fackel, a literary and ...
Kraus-Boelté, Maria
▪ German-American educator née  Maria Boelté  born Nov. 8, 1836, Hagenow, grand duchy of Mecklenburg-Schwerin [now in Germany] died Nov. 1, 1918, Atlantic City, N.J., ...
Krause's corpuscle
/krow"siz/, Anat. any of numerous encapsulated nerve endings occurring in the skin and mucous membranes, functioning as sensory cold receptors. [after Wilhelm Krause (1833-1909), ...
Krause, Karl Christian Friedrich
▪ German philosopher born May 6, 1781, Eisenberg, Rhenish Palatinate [Germany] died Sept. 27, 1832, Munich, Bavaria       German philosopher who attracted a ...
Krauss
/krows/; Ger. /krddows/, n. Clemens /klay"mens/, 1893-1954, Austrian conductor and pianist. * * *
Krauss, Alison
▪ 2005       Bluegrass fiddler Alison Krauss, who appeared at the 2004 Academy Award ceremonies wearing a $2 million pair of diamond-encrusted stiletto heels to sing ...
kraut
/krowt/, n. 1. Informal. sauerkraut. 2. (often cap.) Slang (disparaging and offensive). a German, esp. a German soldier during World War I or World War II. [1915-20; by ...
Krâvanh Mountains
▪ mountains, Cambodia Khmer  Chuŏr Phnum Krâvanh , formerly  Cardamom Mountains , French  Chaîne Des Cardamomes   range of high hills in southwestern Cambodia that ...
Kravchuk, Leonid
▪ president of Ukraine in full  Leonid Makarovych Kravchuk  born Jan. 10, 1934, Velyky Zhytyn, Ukraine, U.S.S.R.       president of Ukraine from 1991 to 1994. For 30 ...
Kray twins
two English brothers, Ronnie Kray (1934–95) and Reggie Kray (1934–2000), who led a group of criminals in the East End of London in the 1960s. They were found guilty in 1969 ...
Kray, Reginald
▪ 2001 “Reggie”        British gangster (b. Oct. 24, 1933, London, Eng.—d. Oct. 1, 2000, Thorpe St. Andrew, Norfolk, Eng.), was the last of the three notorious ...
Kray, Ronald
▪ 1996       ("RONNIE"), British gangster who, with his twin brother, Reggie, ruled the East End of London from 1957 until 1969, when they were convicted of murder and ...
krb
To praise. Common Semitic root, with West Semitic metathesized variant brk. cherub, from Hebrew kərûb, cherub; akin to Akkadian karābu, to praise, bless. Compare also brk. * * ...
Kréa, Henri
▪ Algerian-French author born Nov. 6, 1933, Algiers [Alg.]       Algerian-born poet, dramatist, and novelist whose work deals with alienation and identity, nature, ...
Krebs
/krddeps/; Eng. /krebz/, n. Sir Hans Adolf /hahns ah"dawlf/; Eng. /hanz ad"olf, ay"dolf/, 1900-81, German biochemist in England: Nobel prize for medicine 1953. * * * (as used in ...
Krebs cycle
Biochem. a cycle of enzyme-catalyzed reactions in living cells that is the final series of reactions of aerobic metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins, and fatty acids, and by ...
Krebs urea cycle.
See urea cycle. [after H.A. KREBS] * * *
Krebs, Edwin (Gerhard)
born June 6, 1918, Lansing, Iowa, U.S. U.S. biochemist. He received his medical degree from Washington University. With Edmond H. Fischer (b. 1920), he won a 1992 Nobel Prize ...
Krebs, Edwin Gerhard
▪ American biochemist born June 6, 1918, Lansing, Iowa, U.S.       American biochemist, winner with Edmond H. Fischer (Fischer, Edmond H.) of the 1992 Nobel Prize for ...
Krebs, Johann Ludwig
▪ German composer born Oct. 10, 1713, Buttelstedt, Saxony [Germany] died Jan. 1, 1780, Altenburg       German organist and composer noted for his organ ...
Krebs, Sir Hans Adolf
born Aug. 25, 1900, Hildesheim, Ger. died Nov. 22, 1981, Oxford, Eng. German-born British biochemist. He fled Nazi Germany for England in 1933, where he taught at the ...
Krebs,Sir Hans Adolf
Krebs (krĕbz, krĕps), Sir Hans Adolf. 1900-1981. German-born British biochemist who discovered the Krebs cycle (1936). He shared a 1953 Nobel Prize for investigations into ...
Krebscycle
Krebs cycle (krĕbz) n. A series of enzymatic reactions in aerobic organisms involving oxidative metabolism of acetyl units and producing high-energy phosphate compounds, which ...
KREEP
KREEP [krēp] n. 〚K (symbol for potassium) + r(are-)e(arth) e(lements) + p(hosphorus)〛 a type of basaltic lunar rock rich in potassium, phosphorus, etc. * * * ▪ ...
Krefeld
/kray"feld/; Ger. /krdday"felt'/, n. a city in W North Rhine-Westphalia, in W Germany, NW of Cologne. 227,100. Also, Crefeld. * * * ▪ Germany also spelled  Crefeld ...
krei-
To sieve, discriminate, distinguish. Derivatives include garble, crime, certain, excrement, crisis, and hypocrisy. 1. Basic form with variant instrumental suffixes. a. Suffixed ...
Kreis
▪ German government       (German: “Circle”), any of the several imperial circles (administrative districts) of the Holy Roman Empire from the early 16th century ...
Kreisky
/kruy"skee/, n. Bruno, 1911-90, Austrian diplomat and political leader: chancellor 1970-83. * * *
Kreisky, Bruno
▪ chancellor of Austria born Jan. 22, 1911, Vienna, Austria died July 29, 1990, Vienna       leader of the Social Democratic Party of Austria and chancellor of Austria ...
Kreisler
/kruys"leuhr/, n. Fritz /frits/, 1875-1962, Austrian violinist and composer in the U.S. * * *
Kreisler, Fritz
orig. Friedrich Kreisler born Feb. 2, 1875, Vienna, Austria died Jan. 29, 1962, New York, N.Y., U.S. Austrian violinist and composer. He entered the Vienna Conservatory at age ...
Kreisler,Fritz
Krei·sler (krīʹslər), Fritz. 1875-1962. Austrian-born American violinist and composer of violin works and the operetta Apple Blossoms (1919). * * *
krem-
See ker-. * * *
Kremenchug
/krem'euhn chook", -choog"/; Russ. /krddyi myin choohk"/, n. a city in central Ukraine, on the Dnieper River. 210,000. * * *
Kremenchuk
Kre·men·chuk (krĕm'ən-cho͞okʹ) or Kre·men·chug (-cho͞ogʹ, -cho͞okʹ) A city of east-central Ukraine on the Dnieper River southeast of Kiev. It was founded as a ...
Kremlin
/krem"lin/, n. 1. the Kremlin, a. the executive branch of the government of Russia or of the Soviet Union, esp. in regard to its foreign affairs. b. the citadel of Moscow, ...
Kremlinologist
See Kremlinology. * * *
Kremlinology
—Kremlinologist, n. /krem'li nol"euh jee/, n. the study of the government of the former Soviet Union, esp. the study of those factors governing its foreign affairs. Also called ...
Krems
/krddems/, n. a city in NE Austria, on the Danube. 23,123. * * * ▪ Austria also called  Krems an der Donau,         city, northeastern Austria, at the confluence of ...
Krenek
/keuhr zhen"ek/; Czech. /krddshe"nek/, n. Ernst /erddnst/, born 1900, U.S. composer, born in Austria. * * *
Krenek, Ernst
born Aug. 23, 1900, Vienna, Austria died Dec. 23, 1991, Palm Springs, Calif., U.S. Austrian-born U.S. composer. He studied composition from age 16 with Franz Schreker ...
Krenholz
/kren"hohlts/, n. Edward, born 1927, U.S. painter. * * *
krennerite
▪ mineral       a gold mineral that usually occurs in veins formed at low temperatures, as at Kalgoorlie, Australia, and Cripple Creek, Colo., U.S. A gold telluride ...
Kreon
/kree"on/, n. Class. Myth. Creon. * * *
kreplach
/krep"leuhkh, -lahkh/, n. (used with a sing. or pl. v.) Jewish Cookery. turnovers or pockets of noodle dough filled with any of several mixtures, as kasha or chopped chicken ...
Kreps, Juanita Morris
▪ American economist née  Juanita Morris  born Jan. 11, 1921, Lynch, Ky., U.S.    American economist and public official, best remembered as the first woman to serve as ...
Kresge, S(ebastian) S(pering)
born July 31, 1867, Bald Mount, Pa., U.S. died Oct. 18, 1966, East Stroudsburg, Pa. U.S. merchant. He worked as a traveling salesman before becoming a partner in 5-and-10-cent ...
Kresge, S.S.
▪ American businessman in full  Sebastian Spering Kresge   born July 31, 1867, Bald Mount, Pa., U.S. died Oct. 18, 1966, East Stroudsburg, Pa.       American merchant ...
Kress, S.H.
▪ American businessman in full  Samuel Henry Kress   born July 23, 1863, Cherryville, Pa., U.S. died Sept. 22, 1955, New York, N.Y.       American merchant and art ...
Krete
Krete [krē′tē] ancient Gr. name for CRETE * * *
kretek
/kree"tek/, n. Slang. a cigarette made of Indonesian tobacco and cloves. [ < Javanese kréték such a cigarette, the crackling sound made by the cloves in a lit cigarette] * * *
Kretschmer, Ernst
born Oct. 8, 1888, Wüstenrot, Ger. died Feb. 8, 1964, Tübingen, W.Ger. German psychiatrist. In his best-known work, Physique and Character (1921), he attempted to correlate ...
Kretschmer, Paul
▪ German linguist born May 2, 1866, Berlin died March 9, 1956, Vienna       linguist who studied the earliest history and interrelations of the Indo-European languages ...
Kretzer, Max
▪ German writer born June 7, 1854, Posen, East Prussia died July 15, 1941, Berlin       German Expressionist writer who excelled in describing working conditions of the ...
Kreuger, Ivar
▪ Swedish financier born March 2, 1880, Kalmar, Swed. died March 12, 1932, Paris       Swedish financier, known as “the match king,” who attempted to gain a ...
kreus-
To begin to freeze, form a crust. 1. Suffixed zero-grade form *krus-to-. a. crouton, crust, crustacean, crustaceous, crustose; encrust, Kristallnacht, from Latin crūsta, crust ...
Kreussen stoneware
      German salt-glazed stoneware produced at Kreussen, in Bavaria, from the late 16th century until c. 1730–32. Squat tankards with pewter lids, four- or six-sided ...
Kreutzberg, Harald
▪ German dancer born Dec. 11, 1902, Reichenberg, Bohemia died April 24, 1968, Gümligen, near Bern, Switz.  German modern (modern dance) dancer and choreographer best known ...
kreutzer
/kroyt"seuhr/, n. 1. any of various former minor coins issued by German states. 2. a former copper coin of Austria, the 100th part of a florin. [1540-50; < G Kreuzer, equiv. to ...
Kreutzer
/kroyt"seuhr/; Fr. /krddue tserdd"/, n. Rodolphe /rddaw dawlf"/, 1766-1831, French violinist. * * *
Kreutzer Sonata
1. a sonata for violin and piano (1803, Op. 47) by Ludwig van Beethoven. 2. a string quartet (1924) by Leoš Janácek. * * *
Kreutzer, Rodolphe
▪ French composer born Nov. 16, 1766, Versailles, France died Jan. 6, 1831, Geneva, Switz.       composer and violinist, one of the founders of the French school of ...
Kreutzwald, F Reinhold
▪ Estonian poet born Dec. 26, 1803, Kadrina, Russian Estonia died Aug. 25, 1882, Tartu       physician, folklorist, and poet who compiled the Estonian national epic ...
kreuzer
kreu·zer or kreut·zer (kroitʹsər) n. Any of several small coins of low value formerly used in Austria and Germany.   [German, from Middle High German kriuzer, from kriuze, ...
kreuə-
Raw flesh. Oldest form *kreuə₂-. 1. Suffixed o-grade form *krowə-o-. raw, from Old English hrēaw, raw, from Germanic *hrawaz. 2. Suffixed form *krewə-s-. creatine, ...
Krėvė-Mickievičius, Vincas
▪ Lithuanian author also called  Vincas Krėvė   born Oct. 19, 1882, Subartonys, Russian Lithuania died July 7, 1954, Broomall, Pa., U.S.       Lithuanian poet, ...
krewe
/krooh/, n. (esp. in New Orleans) a private social club that sponsors balls, parades, etc., as part of the Mardi Gras festivities. [archaizing or fanciful sp. of CREW1; ...
Kreymborg
/kraym"bawrg/, n. Alfred, 1883-1966, U.S. poet, playwright, and critic. * * *
Kribi
▪ Cameroon       town and port located in southwestern Cameroon. It lies at the edge of the tropical rainforest zone, on the Gulf of Guinea (Guinea, Gulf of) of the ...
Krieg
/krddeek/; Eng. /kreeg/, n., pl. Kriege /krddee"geuh/, Eng. Kriegs. German. war. * * *
Krieger, Adam
▪ German composer born Jan. 7, 1634, Driesen, Pomerania died June 30, 1666, Dresden, Saxony       composer who is considered the most varied and original master of the ...
Krieger, Johann Philipp
▪ German composer baptized Feb. 27, 1649, Nürnberg died Feb. 6, 1725, Weissenfels, Saxony       German composer known especially for his church cantatas, fugues, and ...
Krieger, Murray
▪ American literary critic born Nov. 27, 1923, Newark, N.J., U.S. died Aug. 5, 2000, California       American literary critic known for his studies of the special ...
kriegie
/kree"gee/, n. Mil. Slang. an Allied prisoner of war in a World War II German internment camp. [ < G Krieg(sgefangene) prisoner of war + -IE] * * *
kriegspiel
/kreeg"speel', -shpeel', kreek"-/, n. 1. (sometimes cap.) a game using small figures and counters that represent troops, ships, etc., played on a map or miniature battlefield, ...
Kriemhild
/kreem"hilt/, n. (in the Nibelungenlied) the wife of Siegfried and the sister of Gunther. Cf. Gudrun. * * * or Gudrun In the Nibelungenlied, the gentle princess courted by ...
Krige, Uys
▪ South African dramatist born Feb. 4, 1910, Bontebokskloof, near Swellendam, Cape Province, S.Af. died Aug. 10, 1987, near Hermanus, Cape Province       South African ...
Krikalyov, Sergey Konstantinovich
▪ Russian cosmonaut born Aug. 27, 1958, Leningrad, Russia, U.S.S.R. [now St. Petersburg, Russia]    Russian cosmonaut whose six spaceflights from 1988 to 2005 have earned ...
krill
/kril/, n., pl. krill. any of the small, pelagic, shrimplike crustaceans of the family Euphausiidae, eaten as food by certain whales. [1905-10; < Norw kril young fry (of fish)] * ...
Krim
Krim [krim] Russ. name for CRIMEA * * *
Krim, Mathilde
▪ American medical researcher née  Mathilde Galland  born July 9, 1926, Como, Italy       American medical researcher and health educator, known for her determined ...
krimmer
/krim"euhr/, n. a lambskin from the Crimean region, dressed as a fur, with wool in loose soft curls, usually whitish or pale gray. Also, crimmer. [1825-35; < G, equiv. to Krim ...
Krimmler Waterfall
▪ waterfall, Austria German  Krimmler Wasserfälle,         waterfall on the Krimmler River, a tributary of the upper Salzach, in Bundesland (federal state) Salzburg, ...
Krimpen, Jan van
▪ Dutch designer born Jan. 12, 1892, Gouda, Neth. died Oct. 20, 1958, Haarlem       outstanding modern designer of typefaces for books and postage ...
Krio
/kree"oh/, n. an English-based creole of Sierra Leone, a first language of the residents of Freetown and its environs, and a lingua franca elsewhere in the country. * * *
Kripke, Saul
▪ American logician and philosopher Introduction in full  Saul Aaron Kripke  born Nov. 13, 1940, Bay Shore, Long Island, N.Y., U.S.    American logician and philosopher ...
Krips
/krddips/, n. Josef /yoh"zef/, 1902-74, Austrian orchestra conductor. * * *
kris
/krees/, n. creese. Also, kriss. * * *
Kris, Ernst
▪ psychologist and art historian born April 26, 1900, Vienna died Feb. 27, 1957, New York City       psychologist and historian of art, known for his psychoanalytic ...
Krishna
/krish"neuh/, n. 1. Hinduism. an avatar of Vishnu and one of the most popular of Indian deities, who appears in the Bhagavad-Gita as the teacher of Arjuna. 2. Informal. See Hare ...
Krishna Menon
/men"euhn/ Vengalil Krishnan /ven gah"leel krish"neuhn/, 1897-1974, Indian politician and statesman. * * *
Krishna River
formerly Kistna River River, southern India. Rising in Maharashtra state, it flows southeast and east across Karnataka and crosses Andhra Pradesh state before entering the Bay ...
Krishnaism
See Krishna1. * * *
Krishnamurti, Jiddu
born 1895 died 1986 Indian spiritual leader. He was educated in theosophy by Annie Besant, who proclaimed him the coming "World Teacher," a messiah-like figure who would bring ...
Krishnanagar
▪ India also called  Krishnagar        city, west-central West Bengal state, northeastern India, lying just south of the Jalangi River. It is a road and rail ...
Kriss Kringle
/kris" kring"geuhl/. See Santa Claus. [alter., by folk etym., of G Christkindl little Christ child, equiv. to Christ CHRIST + kind CHILD + -l dim. suffix] * * *
KrissKringle
Kriss Krin·gle (krĭsʹ krĭngʹgəl) n. Santa Claus.   [Alteration of German dialectal Christkindl, Christmas present, the Christ child : German Christ, Christ (from Middle ...
Kristallnacht
/krddees tahl"nahkht'/, n. a Nazi pogrom throughout Germany and Austria on the night of November 9-10, 1938, during which Jews were killed and their property destroyed. [ < G ...
Kristen
Kristen or Kristin [kris′tən] n. a feminine name: dim. Kris; var. Kristin * * *
Kristensen, Knud
▪ prime minister of Denmark born Oct. 26, 1880, Ringkøbing, Den. died Sept. 29, 1962, Hillerød       politician who, as leader of the first elected post-World War II ...
Kristensen, Tom
▪ Danish author and critic in full  Aage Tom Kristensen   born August 4, 1893, London, England died June 2, 1974, Thurø, near Svendborg, Denmark       Danish poet, ...
Kristeva, Julia
born June 24, 1941, Sliven, Bulg. Bulgarian-born French psychoanalyst, critic, and educator. Professor of linguistics at the University of Paris VII, she is known for her ...
Kristeva,Julia
Kri·ste·va (krĭ-stāʹvə), Julia. Born 1941. Bulgarian-born French linguist, psychoanalyst, and writer who applies Freudian and feminist ideas to literature in works such as ...
Kristiansand
/kris"cheuhn sand'/; Norw. /krddis'tyahn sahn"/, n. a seaport in S Norway. 59,477. Formerly, Christiansand. * * * ▪ Norway       town and seaport, southern Norway. ...
Kristianstad
▪ Sweden       city, Skåne län (county), southern Sweden, lying on Hammar Lake and the Helge River. It was founded in 1614 by King Christian IV of Denmark and ...
Kristiansund
▪ Norway       town and port, western Norway. The town is situated on three tiny coastal islets facing the Norwegian Sea; its harbour is protected by an inlet in the ...
Kristin
/kris"teuhn/, n. a female given name, form of Christine. Also, Kristen. * * *
Kristina
/kri stee"neuh/, n. a female given name, form of Christina. * * *
Krita Yuga
/krit"euh yoog"euh/, Hinduism. See Satya Yuga. [ < Skt krtayuga] * * *
Kríti
Kríti [krē′tē] modern Gr. name for CRETE * * *
Krivoi Rog
/kri voy" rohg", rawk"/; Russ. /krddyi voy" rddawk"/ a city in SE Ukraine, SW of Dnepropetrovsk. 717,000. * * *
KrivoiRog
Kri·voi Rog or Kri·voy Rog (krĭ-voiʹ rōgʹ, rôkʹ) See Kryvyy Rih. * * *
Križanić, Juraj
▪ Croatian scholar (Croatian),Russian  Yury Krizhanich   born 1618, Obrh, near Podgorica, Croatia, Ottoman Empire [now in Montenegro, Yugos.] died Sept. 12, 1683, Vienna, ...
Krk
▪ island, Croatia Italian  Veglia,  Latin  Curicum,         island, the largest and most northern of Croatia's Adriatic islands. It reaches maximum elevation at ...
Krleža, Miroslav
▪ Croatian author born July 7, 1893, Zagreb, Croatia-Slavonia, Austria-Hungary [now in Croatia] died Dec. 29, 1981, Zagreb, Yugos. [now in Croatia]       essayist, ...
Kroc
(1902–84) the American who developed McDonald’s into the biggest fast food restaurant company in the world. In 1955 he bought the company and its name from two brothers, ...
Kroc, Ray
▪ American businessman byname of  Raymond Albert Kroc   born October 5, 1902, Chicago, Illinois, U.S. died January 14, 1984, San Diego, California  American restaurateur ...
Kroc, Ray(mond Albert)
born Oct. 5, 1902, Chicago, Ill., U.S. died Jan. 14, 1984, San Diego, Calif. U.S. restaurateur, a pioneer of the fast-food industry. He was working as a blender salesman when ...
Krochmal, Nachman
▪ European scholar and philosopher also called  (by acronym) Ranak   born Feb. 17, 1785, Brody, Austrian Poland [now in Ukraine] died July 31, 1840, Tarnopol, Galicia, ...
Krock, Arthur B.
▪ American political writer in full  Arthur Bernard Krock   born Nov. 16, 1886, Glasgow, Ky., U.S. died April 12, 1974, Washington, D.C.       principal political ...
Kroeber
/kroh"beuhr/, n. Alfred Louis, 1876-1960, U.S. anthropologist. * * * (as used in expressions) Kroeber Alfred Louis Le Guin Ursula Kroeber Ursula Kroeber * * *
Kroeber, A(lfred) L(ouis)
born June 11, 1876, Hoboken, N.J., U.S. died Oct. 5, 1960, Paris, Fr. U.S. anthropologist. Trained under Franz Boas (Ph.D., 1901), he later taught at the University of ...
Kroeber, A.L.
▪ American anthropologist in full  Alfred Louis Kroeber   born June 11, 1876, Hoboken, N.J., U.S. died Oct. 5, 1960, Paris, France       influential American ...
Kroeber,Alfred Louis
Kroe·ber (krōʹbər), Alfred Louis. 1876-1960. American anthropologist noted for his inquiry into the nature of culture. He was influential in the development of anthropology ...
Kroemer, Herbert
born Aug. 25, 1928, Weimar, Ger. German physicist. He received a Ph.D. (1952) from Georg August University in Göttingen and later moved to the U.S., where he taught at several ...
Kroger
the largest US group of grocery stores. The company’s first shop was opened by Barney Kroger in 1883 in Cincinnati, Ohio, and its main office is still there. * * *
Krogh
/krddawkh/, n. (Schack) Auguste (Steenberg) /shahk" ow"goost steen"barddg/, 1874-1949, Danish physiologist: Nobel prize for medicine 1920. * * *
Krogh, August
▪ Danish physiologist in full  Schack August Steenberg Krogh   born Nov. 15, 1874, Grenå, Den. died Sept. 13, 1949, Copenhagen  Danish physiologist who received the Nobel ...
Krohg, Per
▪ Norwegian painter in full  Per Lasson Krohg  born June 18, 1889, Oslo, Nor. died March 3, 1965, Oslo       painter who was one of the major figures in the ...
Krokodil
▪ Soviet magazine       (Russian: “Crocodile”), humour magazine published in Moscow, noted for its satire and cartoons.       From 1922 to 1932 the periodical ...
Krol, John Joseph Cardinal
▪ 1997       U.S. Roman Catholic prelate (b. Oct. 26, 1910, Cleveland, Ohio—d. March 3, 1996, Philadelphia, Pa.), was archbishop of Philadelphia from 1961 to 1988. ...
Królewska Huta
Pol. /krddoo lef"skah hoo"tah/ former name of Chorzów. * * *
Kröller-Müller State Museum
▪ museum, Otterlo, The Netherlands Dutch  Rijksmuseum Kröller-müller,         collection in Otterlo, The Netherlands, primarily of late 19th- and 20th-century art, ...
Kromdraai
▪ anthropological and archaeological site, South Africa       South African paleoanthropological site best known for its fossils of Paranthropus robustus ...
Kroměříž
▪ Czech Republic German  Kremsier         city, south-central Czech Republic, on the Morava River, northeast of Brno. The city dates from 1110, after which it was ...
Krommer
/krom"euhr/, n. Franz, 1759-1831, Austrian violinist and composer. * * *
krona
/kroh"neuh/, n., pl. kronor /-nawr/. 1. a silver and cupronickel coin and monetary unit of Sweden, equal to 100 öre. Abbr.: Kr., kr. 2. the monetary unit of the Faeroe Islands, ...
króna
/kroh"neuh/, n., pl. krónur /-neuhr/. a nickel-brass or aluminum coin and monetary unit of Iceland, equal to 100 aurar. Abbr.: Kr., kr. [1885-90; < Icel < ML corona gold coin ...
Kronach
Ger. /krddoh"nahkh/, n. Cranach. * * *
krone
krone1 /kroh"neuh/, n., pl. kroner /-neuhr/. 1. a cupronickel coin and monetary unit of Denmark, equal to 100 öre. Abbr.: Kr., kr. 2. a cupronickel coin and monetary unit of ...
Krone, Julie
▪ 1994       Julie Krone had long established herself as the best female jockey in history before she became the first woman to win the Belmont Stakes on June 5, 1993. ...
Kronecker
/kroh"nek euhr/; Ger. /krddoh"nek euhrdd/, n. Leopold /lee"euh pohld'/; Ger. /lay"oh pawlt'/, 1823-91, German mathematician. * * *
Kronecker delta
Math. a function of two variables, i and j, which equals 1 when the variables have the same value, i = j, and equals 0 when the variables have different values. [1925-30; named ...
Kronecker, Leopold
▪ German mathematician born December 7, 1823, Liegnitz, Prussia [now Legnica, Poland] died December 29, 1891, Berlin, Germany  German mathematician whose primary ...
Kroneckerdelta
Kro·neck·er delta (krōʹnĕk-ər) n. A function of two variables that is equal to zero when the variables have different values and equal to one when the variables have the ...
Kronoberg
▪ county, Sweden       län (county), part of the traditional landskap (province) of Småland, southern Sweden. Kronoberg consists of a rolling plateau of woods and ...


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