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Kabardino-Balkar Autonomous Republic
/kab'euhr dee"noh bawl kahr", -bal-, -bawl"kahr, -bal"-/; Russ. /keuh burdd dyee"neuh bul kahrdd"/ an autonomous republic in the Russian Federation in N Caucasia, N of the ...
Kabardino-Balkaria
▪ republic, Russia       republic in southwestern Russia, on the northern flank of the Greater Caucasus range. It is divided into three main relief regions. In the ...
Kabba
▪ Nigeria       town, Kogi state, south-central Nigeria, in the Yoruba Hills (elevation 1,300 feet [400 m]). It lies near the Osse River, at the intersection of roads ...
Kabbala
or Cabbala Jewish mysticism as it developed in the 12th century and after. Essentially an oral tradition, it laid claim to secret wisdom of the unwritten Torah communicated by ...
kabbalah
kab·ba·lah or kab·ba·la or ka·ba·la also ca·ba·la or qa·ba·la or qa·ba·lah (kăbʹə-lə, kə-bäʹlə) n. 1. often Kabbalah A body of mystical teachings of ...
kabbalism
See kabbalah. * * *
kabbalist
See kabbalism. * * *
kabbalistic
kab·ba·lis·tic or ca·ba·lis·tic or qa·ba·lis·tic (kăb'ə-lĭsʹtĭk) adj. Of or relating to the Kabbalah.   kab'ba·lisʹti·cal·ly adv. * * *
kabbalistically
See kabbalistic. * * *
Kabeiri
/keuh buy"ruy, -ree/, n.pl. Cabiri. * * *
Kabelvåg
▪ Norway       historical village of the Lofoten island group, northern Norway. It is on the southern shore of Austvågøya island, just southwest of Svolvær, chief ...
Kabila
/keuh bee"leuh/, n. Laurent Désiré /loh rddahn" day zee rdday"/, born 1939, president of the Democratic Republic of the Congo since 1997. * * *
Kabila, Joseph
▪ 2002       On Jan. 26, 2001, Joseph Kabila was inaugurated as the president of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). He was the eldest son of the former ...
Kabila, Laurent
▪ president of Democratic Republic of the Congo in full  Laurent Desire Kabila  born 1939, Jadotville, Belgian Congo [now Likasi, Democratic Republic of the Congo] died ...
Kabila, Laurent (Désiré)
born 1939, Jadotville, Belgian Congo died Jan. 18?, 2001, en route to Harare, Zimb. Rebel leader and president (1997–2001) of Congo (Kinshasa). He attended schools abroad, ...
Kabila, Laurent Desire
▪ 1998       After having dropped out of sight for nearly a decade, Zairean opposition leader Laurent Kabila reemerged in October 1996 as leader of the newly formed ...
Kabila, Laurent-Desire
▪ 2002       Congolese political leader (b. Nov. 27, 1939, Jadotville, Katanga province, Belgian Congo—confirmed dead on Jan. 18, 2001, Kinshasa, Democratic Republic ...
Kabinett
/kah'bi net"/, n. German. cabinet (def. 10). Also called Kabinettwein /kah'bi net"vuyn'/. * * *
Kabir
/keuh bear"/, n. fl. late 15th century, Hindu religious reformer. * * * born 1440, Varanasi, Jaunpur, India died 1518, Maghar Indian mystic and poet. A weaver who lived in ...
kabloona
/kab looh"neuh/, n. Canadian (chiefly Arctic). a white man; a European. [1765-75; < Inuit qablunaaq, prob. deriv. of qava the South; assoc. with qablu "eyebrow" has given rise to ...
kabob
/keuh bob"/, n. 1. Usually, kabobs. small pieces of meat or seafood seasoned or marinated and broiled, often with tomatoes, green peppers, onions, or other vegetables, usually on ...
Kabua, Amata
▪ 1997       Marshallese politician who founded the Political Movement for the Marshall Islands Separation from Micronesia (1972) and served as president of the Marshall ...
kabuki
/kah booh"kee, keuh-, kah"booh kee/, n. 1. popular drama of Japan, developed chiefly in the 17th century, characterized by elaborate costuming, rhythmic dialogue, stylized ...
Kabuki Goes West
▪ 2006 by Shōzo Satō Traditional Japanese popular theatre—kabuki and nō—is making inroads in the West. In 2005 Kabuki Lady Macbeth, a version of Shakespeare's ...
Kabul
/kah"bool, -beuhl, keuh boohl"/, n. 1. a city in and the capital of Afghanistan, in the NE part. 377,715. 2. a river flowing E from NE Afghanistan to the Indus River in Pakistan. ...
Kabul Museum
▪ museum, Kabul, Afghanistan also called  National Museum of Afghanistan    national museum in Darulaman, outside of Kabul, Afghanistan, displaying art and artifacts ...
Kābul River
River in eastern Afghanistan and northwestern Pakistan. Rising west of the city of Kabul, it flows east into Pakistan and, after a course of 435 mi (700 km), joins the Indus ...
Kaburagi Kiyokata
▪ Japanese painter original name  Kaburagi Ken'ichi   born Aug. 31, 1878, Tokyo, Japan died March 3, 1972, Kamakura       Japanese painter known for his works ...
Kabwe
/kahb"way/, n. a city in central Zambia: oldest mining town; cave site where the fossil skull of Rhodesian man was found. 143,635. Formerly, Broken Hill. * * * ▪ ...
Kabwe cranium
▪ anthropology also called  Broken Hill cranium   fossilized skull of an extinct human species (genus Homo) found near the town of Kabwe, Zambia (formerly Broken Hill, ...
Kabyle
/keuh buyl"/, n. 1. a member of a branch of the Berber people dwelling in NE Algeria. 2. the Berber language spoken by the Kabyles. [1730-40; < Ar qaba'il, pl. of QABILAH ...
Kabylie
▪ region, Algeria also spelled  Kabylia,         mountainous coastal region in northern Algeria, between Algiers and Skikda. It comprises: (1) the Great Kabylie ...
kacha
/kuch"euh/, adj. kutcha. Also, kachcha /kuch"cheuh/. * * *
Kachchh, Gulf of
▪ gulf, India Kachchh also spelled  Kutch,  Cutch , or  Kachh        northeastern arm of the Arabian Sea, extending between the Rann of Kachchh (a salt waste) and ...
Kachchh, Rann of
or Rann of Kutch Large salt marsh, west-central India and southern Pakistan. The northern portion, Great Rann, occupies an area of 7,000 sq mi (18,000 sq km) in Gujarat state, ...
Kachemak culture
▪ Alaskan culture       a culture found around the Kachemak Bay of the southern Kenai Peninsula in central southern Alaska. It is divided into three phases, the oldest ...
Kachin
Any member of a group of tribal peoples occupying parts of northeastern Myanmar and contiguous areas of India (Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland) and China (Yunnan). Numbering more ...
Kachin Hills
▪ highlands, Myanmar       heavily forested group of highlands situated in the northeasternmost section of Myanmar (Burma). They range north-south and are bordered on ...
kachina
/keuh chee"neuh/, n. 1. any of various ancestral spirits deified by the Hopi Indians and impersonated in religious rituals by masked dancers. 2. a Hopi religious ritual at which ...
kachina doll
/keuh chee"neuh/ a Hopi Indian doll carved from cottonwood root in representation of a kachina and given as a gift to a child or used as a household decoration. [1945-50, ...
Kaczynski, Jaroslaw, and Kaczynski, Lech
▪ 2007       It was not exactly a surprise when, on July 10, 2006, Lech Kaczynski, president of Poland, appointed his twin brother, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, as prime ...
Kaczyński, Lech
▪ president of Poland born June 18, 1949, Warsaw, Pol.    politician who served as president of Poland (2005– ).       Kaczyński and his identical twin, ...
Kaczynski, Theodore
known as the Unabomber born May 22, 1942, Evergreen Park, Ill., U.S. U.S. criminal. He attended Harvard University and earned a doctorate in mathematics from the University of ...
kad-
To fall. Oldest form *k̑ad-, becoming *kad- in centum languages. cadaver, cadence, cadent, caducous, cascade, case1, casual, casualty, casuist, chance, chute; accident, decay, ...
Kadai
/kah"duy/, n. 1. a group of languages related to the Thai group and spoken by a small population in southern China and northern Vietnam. 2. a language family consisting of this ...
Kadamba family
▪ Indian dynasty       minor dynastic power that held sway in an area to the northwest of Mysore city on the Indian subcontinent between the 4th and 6th centuries CE. ...
Kádár
/kah"dahr/, n. János /yah"nawsh/, 1912-89, Hungarian political leader: general secretary of the Communist party 1956-88. * * * ▪ people       small tribe of southern ...
Kádár János
orig. Czermanik János born May 26, 1912, Fiume, Hung. died July 6, 1989, Budapest Premier of Hungary (1956–58, 1961–65) and first secretary (1956–88) of Hungary's ...
Kadár, Ján
▪ Czechoslovak director born April 1, 1918, Budapest, Hung. died June 1, 1979, Los Angeles, Calif., U.S.       motion-picture director who was important in the “New ...
Kádar, János
Ká·dar (käʹdär), János. 1912-1989. Hungarian politician and first secretary-general of the Hungarian Communist Party (1956-1988). A member of the invading Soviet forces in ...
Kadare, Ismail
born Jan. 28, 1936, Gjirokastë r, Alb. Albanian novelist and poet. The son of a post-office worker, Kadare became a journalist. Unhappy with the political environment in ...
Kadavu Island
▪ island, Fiji also spelled  Kandavu   island of Fiji, in the South Pacific, 50 miles (80 km) south of Viti Levu, across the Kadavu (Kandavu) Passage. It was visited by ...
Kadazan
▪ people also called  Dusun,  or  Kadazan Dusun        term embracing a number of peoples that together constitute the largest indigenous ethnic group in the state ...
Kaddafi
/keuh dah"fee/, n. Muammar (Muhammad) al- or el- /mooh ah"mahr, al, el/, Qadhafi. * * *
Kaddish
Ashk. Heb. /kah"dish/; Seph. Heb. /kah deesh"/, n., pl. Kaddishim Ashk. Heb. /kah dish"im/; Seph. Heb. /kah dee sheem"/. Judaism. 1. (italics) a liturgical prayer, consisting of ...
Kaden-Bandrowski, Juliusz
▪ Polish writer born February 24, 1885, Rzeszów, Galicia [now in Poland] died August 8, 1944, Warsaw, Poland       Polish sociopolitical novelist and lyrical ...
Kadenyuk, Leonid
▪ Ukrainian cosmonaut born Jan. 28, 1951, Klishkovtsy, U.S.S.R. [now Ukraine]       Ukrainian cosmonaut (astronaut) who flew on the U.S. space shuttle Columbia and was ...
Kades, Charles Louis
▪ 1997       U.S. lawyer who, as a lieutenant colonel under Gen. Douglas MacArthur during World War II, oversaw the drafting of Japan's postwar constitution (adopted May ...
Kadesh
Kadesh [kā′desh΄] oasis in the desert, south of Palestine: Gen. 14:7, 16:14; Num. 32:8; Deut. 1:46, 2:14 * * * Ancient city, western Syria. Located just southwest of modern ...
Kadesh, Battle of
▪ Syrian history       (1275 BC), major battle between the Egyptians under Ramses II and the Hittites under Muwatallis, in Syria, southwest of Ḥimṣ, on the Orontes ...
Kadesh-barnea
or Kadesh City of ancient Palestine. Its precise location is unknown, but it was situated in the country of the Amalekites, southwest of the Dead Sea and on the western edge of ...
Kadet
▪ Russian political party member of the  Constitutional Democratic Party , also called  Party of People's Freedom , Russian  Konstitutsionno-Demokraticheskaya Partiya , ...
kadi
/kah"dee, kay"-/, n., pl. kadis. qadi. * * *
Kaḍiri
▪ historical kingdom, Indonesia       Hinduized kingdom in eastern Java, established about the 11th century. Little is known of the kingdom. According to the Pararaton ...
Kadiyevka
/keuh dee"yeuhf keuh/; Russ. /ku dyee"yif keuh/, n. former name of Stakhanov. * * *
Kadoma
▪ Japan       city, Ōsaka fu (urban prefecture), west-central Honshu, Japan, bordering Ōsaka city. The city is located on the left bank of the Yodo River and is known ...
Kadoorie, Lawrence Kadoorie
▪ 1994       BARON, Hong Kong industrialist (b. June 2, 1899, Hong Kong—d. Aug. 25, 1993, Hong Kong), was one of the colony's last great taipans (businessmen of ...
Kadoya Shichirobei
▪ Japanese trader born , March/April 1610, Matsuzaka, Ise province, Japan died Feb. 7, 1672, Annam [now part of Vietnam]       Japanese trader who became a leader in ...
Kadu languages
also called  Kadugli-Krongo languages        group of related languages spoken along the western and southern edge of the Nuba Hills in The Sudan (Sudan, The). These ...
Kaduna
/keuh dooh"neuh/, n. a city in central Nigeria. 186,000. * * * ▪ Nigeria       town, capital of Kaduna state, north-central Nigeria. It lies along the Kaduna River, ...
Kaduna River
River, central Nigeria. The main tributary of the Niger River, it rises on the Jos Plateau, flowing northwest and then southwest before completing its 340-mi (550-km) course at ...
Kāduqlī
▪ The Sudan       town, south-central Sudan (Sudan, The). It is situated 149 miles (240 km) south of al-Ubayyid, at the northern edge of the White Nile plain. Kāduqlī ...
Kaduri, Yitzhak
▪ 2007       Israeli rabbi (b. probably 1898, Ottoman Empire [now Iraq]—d. Jan. 28, 2006, Jerusalem, Israel), was a Kabbalist rabbi and a scholar of Jewish mysticism ...
Kaédi
▪ Mauritania       town, southern Mauritania. It lies along the right bank of the Sénégal River where it is joined by the Gorgol River. The banks of these streams and ...
Kael
/kayl/, n. Pauline, born 1919, U.S. film critic. * * *
Kael, Pauline
born June 19, 1919, Petaluma, Calif., U.S. died Sept. 3, 2001, Great Barrington, Mass. U.S. film critic. She managed an art-film theatre (1955–60) in Berkeley, Calif., while ...
Kaema Highlands
▪ plateau, North Korea Korean  Kaema-kowŏn        tableland, northern North Korea. Called the roof of the Korean Peninsula, the Kaema Highlands are bounded on the ...
Kaesong
Kae·song (kāʹsông') A city of southern North Korea near the South Korean border. It is intersected by the 38th parallel and changed hands several times during the Korean ...
kaf
/kahf/, n. the twenty-second letter of the Arabic alphabet, representing a velar stop consonant sound. [ < Ar kaf] * * *
kaffee klatsch
/kah"fee klahch', klach', kaw"-/. See coffee klatsch. Also, kaffeeklatch. * * *
kaffeeklatsch
☆ kaffeeklatsch [kä′fā kläch΄, kô′fē klach΄ ] n. 〚Ger < kaffee,COFFEE + klatsch, gossip, of echoic orig.〛 [also K-] an informal gathering for drinking coffee and ...
kaffeeklatscher
/kah"fee klah'cheuhr, -klach'euhr, kaw"-/, n. a person who participates, esp. regularly, in a kaffee klatsch. [1935-40; KAFFEE KLATSCH + -ER1] * * *
Kaffeklubben Island
▪ island, Greenland       island and one of the world's northernmost points of land, in the Arctic Ocean, 37 km (20 nautical miles) east of Cape Morris Jesup, Greenland. ...
Kaffir
/kaf"euhr, kah"feuhr/, n., pl. Kaffirs, (esp. collectively) Kaffir. 1. Disparaging and Offensive. (in South Africa) a black person: originally used of the Xhosa people only. 2. ...
Kaffir lily
1. clivia. 2. See crimson flag. Also, Kafir lily. [1895-1900] * * *
kaffircorn
kaffir corn n. See kaffir. * * *
kaffirlime
kaffir lime n. An Asian tree (Citrus hystrix) having small bright green fruit and shiny dark leaves used in cooking. * * *
kaffiyeh
/keuh fee"euh/, n. an Arab headdress for men; made from a diagonally folded square of cloth held in place by an agal wound around the head. Also, keffiyeh, kufiyeh, kuffieh. [ < ...
Kaffraria
—Kaffrarian, adj., n. /keuh frair"ee euh/, n. a region in the S Republic of South Africa: inhabited mostly by the Xhosa. * * * ▪ region, Africa       (from Arabic ...
Kafir
/kaf"euhr, kay"feuhr, kah"-/, n., pl. Kafirs, (esp. collectively) Kafir. 1. Also called Nuristani. a member of an Indo-European people of Nuristan. 2. (l.c.) Islam. an infidel or ...
Kafiri
/kaf"euh ree, keuh fear"ee/, n. an Indo-Iranian language, or small group of languages, of Nuristan, closely related to but not a part of the Indic subbranch. Also called ...
Kafiristan
/kah'fi ri stahn", kaf'euhr euh stan"/, n. former name of Nuristan. * * *
Kafka
/kahf"kah, -keuh/, n. Franz /frahnts/, 1883-1924, Austrian novelist and short-story writer, born in Prague. * * *
Kafka, Franz
born July 3, 1883, Prague, Bohemia, Austria-Hungary died June 3, 1924, Kierling, near Vienna, Austria Czech writer who wrote in German. Born into a middle-class Jewish family, ...
Kafka,Franz
Kaf·ka (käfʹkə, -kä), Franz. 1883-1924. Austrian writer whose stories, such as “The Metamorphosis” (1916), and novels, including The Trial (1925) and The Castle (1926), ...
Kafkaesque
/kahf'keuh esk"/, adj. 1. of, pertaining to, characteristic of, or resembling the literary work of Franz Kafka: the Kafkaesque terror of the endless interrogations. 2. marked by ...
Kafr al-Shaykh
▪ Egypt also spelled  Kafr el-Sheikh         town, capital of Kafr al-Shaykh muḥāfaẓah (governorate) of the central Nile River delta, Lower Egypt, bordering the ...
Kafre
/kaf"ray, kahf"-/, n. Khafre. * * *
kaftan
/kaf"tan, -teuhn, kaf tan"/, n. caftan. * * *
Kafue
/keuh fooh"ay, kah-/, n. a river in S central Africa, flowing SE along the Zaire-Zambia border and then SW and E through Zambia to the Zambezi River above Kariba Lake. ab. 600 ...
Kafue National Park
National park, south-central Zambia. Located west of Lusaka, it was established in 1950. It occupies an area of 8,650 sq mi (22,400 sq km) and consists of a vast plateau, ...
Kafue River
River rising on the Zaire-Zambia border. It meanders south then flows southeast to join the Zambezi River near Chirundu, Zimbabwe, after a course of 600 mi (960 km). It cuts ...
Kāfūr, Abū al-Misk
▪ Ikhshīdid vizier died AD 968       Ethiopian slave who, as vizier under the Ikshīdid dynasty, was de facto ruler of Egypt from 946 to 966 and de jure ruler from ...
Kaga
▪ Japan       city, Ishikawa ken (prefecture), Honshu, Japan. It lies along the Daishōji River. The city was created in 1958 by the amalgamation of the city of ...
Kagame, Alexis
▪ Rwandan poet in full  Abbé Alexis Kagame , Alexis also spelled  Alegisi   born May 15, 1912, Kiyanza, Rwanda died Dec. 2, 1981       Rwandan poet, historian, and ...
Kagame, Paul
born October 1957, Rwanda President of Rwanda from 2000. An ethnic Tutsi, Kagame grew up in exile in Uganda, where in 1986 he helped overthrow Milton Obote in favour of Yoweri ...
Kagamigahara
▪ Japan       city, Gifu ken (prefecture), Honshu, Japan, east of Gifu city. Upon the Meiji Restoration in 1868, an army base was established in the city. It was taken ...
Kaganovich, Lazar (Moiseyevich)
born Nov. 22, 1893, Kabany, near Kiev, Ukraine, Russian Empire died July 25, 1991, Moscow, Russia, U.S.S.R. Soviet political leader. He joined the Bolsheviks in 1911 and became ...
Kaganovich, Lazar Moiseyevich
▪ Soviet official born Nov. 10 [Nov. 22, New Style], 1893, Kabany, near Kiev, Ukraine, Russian Empire died July 25, 1991, Moscow, Russia, U.S.S.R.       Soviet ...
Kagawa
/kah"gah wah'/, n. Toyohiko /taw"yaw hee"kaw/, 1888-1960, Japanese social reformer and religious leader. * * * ▪ prefecture, Japan       smallest ken (prefecture) of ...
Kagawa Kageki
▪ Japanese poet also called  Keien   born May 25, 1768, Tottori, Japan died April 26, 1843, Japan       Japanese poet and literary scholar of the late Tokugawa ...
Kagawa Toyohiko
▪ Japanese social reformer and author born July 10, 1888, Kōbe, Japan died , April 23, 1960, Tokyo       Christian social reformer, author, and leader in Japanese ...
Kagel, Mauricio Raul
▪ 2009       Argentine-born avant-garde composer born Dec. 24, 1931, Buenos Aires, Arg. died Sept. 18, 2008, Cologne, Ger. incorporated sound effects—both artificial ...
Kagera
/kah gair"euh/, n. a river in equatorial Africa flowing into Lake Victoria from the west: the most remote headstream of the Nile. 430 mi. (690 km) long. * * *
Kagera River
River, northwestern Tanzania. The longest headstream of the Nile River and the largest tributary of Lake Victoria, it rises in Burundi near the northern tip of Lake Tanganyika ...
kago
/kah"goh/, n., pl. kagos. (in Japan) a small basketwork palanquin strung from a pole each end of which rests on the shoulder of a bearer. [1855-60; < Japn: basket, cage] * * *
Kagoshima
/kah"gaw shee"mah/, n. a seaport on S Kyushu, in SW Japan. 505,077. * * * ▪ prefecture, Japan  city and ken (prefecture), southernmost Kyushu, Japan, including the island ...
kagu
/kah"gooh/, n. a raillike bird, Rhinochetus jubatus, of the island of New Caledonia, having a gray body, black-and-white wings, and a long, shaggy crest: an endangered ...
kagura
In Shintō, a traditional style of music and dancing used in religious ceremonies. Kagura dances dedicated to native deities are a reenactment of the propitiatory dance that ...
Kagwa, Sir Apolo
▪ prime minister of Buganda born c. 1869 died February 1927, Nairobi, Kenya       katikiro (prime minister) of Buganda (1890–1926) and the leading figure in the ...
Kahana-Carmon, Amalia
▪ Israeli author born 1926, Kibbutz Ein Harod, Israel       Israeli author of novels, novellas, short stories, and essays, whose modern style influenced subsequent ...
Kahanamoku
/kah hah'nah moh"kooh/, n. Duke Paoa /pah oh"ah/, 1890-1968, U.S. swimmer and surfer. * * *
Kahanamoku, Duke Paoa
▪ American athlete born Aug. 26, 1890, near Waikiki, Hawaii [now in the United States] died Jan. 22, 1968, Honolulu  Hawaiian surfer and swimmer who won three Olympic gold ...
Kahane, Meir
▪ Israeli political activist original name  Martin David Kahane,  byname  Michael King   born Aug. 1, 1932, New York, N.Y., U.S. died Nov. 5, 1990, New ...
Kahlo (y Calderón de Rivera), (Magdalena Carmen) Frida
born July 6, 1907, Coyoacán, Mex. died July 13, 1954, Coyoacán Mexican painter. The daughter of a German Jewish photographer, she had polio as a child and at 18 suffered a ...
Kahlo, Frida
▪ Mexican painter in full  Frida Kahlo de Rivera,  original name  Magdalena Carmen Frida Kahlo y Calderón   born July 6, 1907, Coyoacán, Mex. died July 13, 1954, ...
Kahlo,Frida
Kah·lo (käʹlō), Frida. 1907-1954. Mexican artist known for her surrealist self-portraits depicting physical and psychic pain. * * *
Kahlúa
/kah looh"ah, keuh looh"euh/, Trademark. a brand of coffee-flavored liqueur, made in Mexico. * * *
Kahn
/kahn/, n. Louis Isadore, 1901-74, U.S. architect, born in Estonia. * * * (as used in expressions) Kahn Albert Kahn Herman Kahn Louis Isadore * * *
Kahn test
Med. a test for syphilis based on the formation of a precipitate in a mixture of serum and antigen. Cf. Kline test. [1960-65; named after R. L. Kahn (born 1887), American ...
Kahn, Albert
born March 21, 1869, Rhaunen, Westphalia died Dec. 8, 1942, Detroit, Mich., U.S. German-born U.S. industrial architect. In 1904 he received a commission for the Packard Motor ...
Kahn, Florence Prag
▪ American public official née  Florence Prag  born Nov. 9, 1866, Salt Lake City, Utah [U.S.] died Nov. 16, 1948, San Francisco, Calif., U.S.  American public official ...
Kahn, Gustave
▪ French poet born Dec. 21, 1859, Metz, France died Sept. 5, 1936, Paris  French poet and literary theorist who claimed to be the inventor of vers libre (“free ...
Kahn, Herman
born Feb. 15, 1922, Bayonne, N.J., U.S. died July 7, 1983, Chappaqua, N.Y. U.S. physicist and strategist. He studied at the California Institute of Technology and joined the ...
Kahn, Louis I(sadore)
born Feb. 20, 1901, Osel, Estonia, Russian Empire died March 17, 1974, New York, N.Y., U.S. Estonian-born U.S. architect. He came to the U.S. as a child and graduated from the ...
Kahn, Louis I.
▪ American architect in full  Louis Isadore Kahn   born Feb. 20, 1901, Osel, Estonia, Russian Empire died March 17, 1974, New York, N.Y., U.S.  American architect whose ...
Kahn, Madeline
▪ 2000 Madeline Gail Wolfson        American actress who used her babyish voice and zany character interpretation to full comedic effect in a string of Mel Brooks films, ...
Kahn, Oliver
▪ 2003       By his own admission, German goalkeeper and team captain Oliver Kahn made only one mistake in the 2002 World Cup finals—a fumble in the final against ...
Kahn, Otto Hermann
▪ American businessman born Feb. 21, 1867, Mannheim, Baden [Germany] died March 29, 1934, New York, N.Y., U.S.       banker and patron of the arts who played an ...
Kahn, Reuben Leon
▪ American immunologist born July 26, 1887, Kovno [now Kaunas], Lithuania died July 22, 1979, Miami?, Fla., U.S.       American immunologist best known for his ...
Kahn, Robert Elliot
▪ American computer scientist born December 23, 1938, Brooklyn, New York, U.S.       American electrical engineer, one of the principal architects of the ...
Kahn,Louis Isadore
Kahn (kän), Louis Isadore. 1901-1974. Estonian-born American architect whose bold monumental designs include the Yale University Art Gallery (1954) and the Kimbell Art Museum ...
Kahneman, Daniel
▪ Israeli psychologist born March 5, 1934, Tel Aviv, Israel       Israeli-born psychologist, corecipient of the Nobel Prize for Economics in 2002 for his integration of ...
Kahnweiler, Daniel-Henry
▪ French art dealer and publisher born June 25, 1884, Mannheim, Germany died January 11, 1979, Paris, France       German-born French art dealer and publisher who is ...
Kahoolawe
/kah hoh"oh lah"way, -vay/, n. an island in central Hawaii, S of Maui: uninhabited. 45 sq. mi. (117 sq. km). * * * ▪ island, Hawaii, United States Hawaiian ...
Kahr, Gustav, Ritter von
▪ German politician (knight of ) born Nov. 29, 1862, Weissenburg, Bavaria [Germany] died June 30, 1934, Munich       conservative monarchist politician who served ...
Kahramanmaras
Kah·ra·man·ma·raş (kä'rä-män'mä-räshʹ) also Ma·raş (mə-räshʹ) A city of south-central Turkey in the Taurus Mountains northeast of Adana. A Hittite city-state c. ...
Kahramanmaraş
Kah·ra·man·ma·raş (kä'rä-män'mä-räshʹ) also Ma·raş (mə-räshʹ) A city of south-central Turkey in the Taurus Mountains northeast of Adana. A Hittite city-state c. ...
Kahului
/kah"hooh looh"ee/, n. a town on N Maui, in central Hawaii. 12,978. * * * ▪ Hawaii, United States       city, Maui county, on the northern coast of Maui island, ...
Kahun
▪ ancient town, Egypt       ancient Egyptian (Egypt, ancient) town, its site lying in modern Al-Fayyūm (Fayyūm, Al-) muḥāfaẓah (governorate). It was erected for ...
kahuna
/keuh hooh"neuh/, n. (in Hawaii) a native medicine man or priest. [1885-90; < Hawaiian] * * *
Kai Islands
▪ islands, Indonesia Bahasa Indonesia  Kepulauan Kai , also called  Key Islands,  Kei Islands , or  Ewab Islands        island group of the southeastern ...
kai-
Heat. Extended form *kaid-. a. hot, from Old English hāt, hot, from Germanic *haitaz; b. heat, from Old English hǣtu, from Germanic *haitī-.   [Pokorny kā̆i- 519.] * * *
kaiak
/kuy"ak/, n. kayak. * * *
kaibab squirrel
/kuy"bab/ a nearly extinct tree squirrel, Sciurus kaibabensis, found only in a small area north of the Grand Canyon. [after the Kaibab Plateau of N Arizona] * * *
Kaibara Ekiken
born Dec. 17, 1630, Fukuoka, Japan died Oct. 5, 1714, Japan Japanese philosopher, travel writer, and pioneer botanist. Trained as a physician, he left the medical profession in ...
Kaidu
▪ khan of Mongolia died c. 1301       Mongol khan (reigned 1269–1301), the great-grandson of Genghis Khan, grandson of Ögödei, and a leader of the opposition to ...
Kaieteur
/kuy'i toor"/, n. a waterfall in central Guyana, on a tributary of the Essequibo River. 741 ft. (226 m) high. Also called Kaieteur Falls. * * *
Kaieteur Falls
Kaieteur Falls [kī΄ə toor′] waterfall in WC Guyana: 741 ft (226 m) * * * Cataract on the Potaro River, west-central Guyana. After a sheer drop of 741 ft (226 m), the falls ...
KaieteurFalls
Kai·e·teur Falls (kī'ĭ-to͝orʹ) A waterfall, 250.7 m (822 ft) high, in the Potaro River of central Guyana. * * *
Kaifeng
/kuy"fung"/, n. Pinyin, Wade-Giles. a city in NE Henan province, in E China: a former provincial capital. 330,000. * * * or K'ai-feng City (pop., 1999 est.: 569,300), northern ...
Kaifeng Jew
▪ Chinese religion Wade-Giles romanization  K'ai-feng Jew        member of a former religious community in Henan province, China, whose adoption of Judaism and ...
Kaifu Toshiki
▪ prime minister of Japan born Jan. 2, 1931, Ichinomiya, Japan       politician and government offical who served as prime minister of Japan in the period ...
Kaigetsudō Ando
▪ Japanese painter also called Okazaki Genshichi born 1671, Japan died 1743       early Japanese painter of Ukiyo-e, or scenes of the transient world of daily ...
Kaihō Yūshō
▪ Japanese painter born 1533, Ōmi province, Japan died March 1, 1615, Kyōto       major Japanese screen painter of the Azuchi-Momoyama period.       Born into ...
Kaikei
flourished 1183–1236, Japan Japanese sculptor who helped establish the traditional pattern of Buddhist sculpture. His technique, known as the Anami style, is noted for its ...
Kaikoura Range
▪ mountains, New Zealand       twin mountain chains, South Island, New Zealand, paralleling the island's northeastern coast for 60 miles (100 km). The name, meaning ...
kail
/kayl/, n. kale. * * *
Kailas
Kai·las (kī-läsʹ) A peak, 6,718.2 m (22,027 ft) high, in the Himalaya Mountains of southwest China. It is the highest elevation of the Kailas Range and according to Hindu ...
Kailas Range
▪ mountain range, China Chinese (Pinyin)  Gangdisi Shan  or  (Wade-Giles romanization)  Kang-ti-ssu Shan,  Tibetan  Gang Tise,  also called  Gangdisê ...
Kailasa
/kuy lah"seuh/, n. a Brahmanical temple dedicated to Shiva, at Ellora, India: architecturally one of the finest of ancient cave temples. * * *
kailo-
Whole, uninjured, of good omen. 1. a. hale1, whole, from Old English hāl, hale, whole; b. wholesome, from Old English *hālsum (> Middle English holsom), wholesome; c. hail2; ...
Kailua
/kuy looh"ah, -looh"euh/, n. a city on SE Oahu, in Hawaii. With Lanikai, 35,812. * * *
Kailua-Kona
▪ resort area, Hawaii, United States also called  Kona        resort area, Hawaii county, on the west-central coast of Hawaii island, Hawaii, U.S. The western coast ...
Kailua-Lanikai
▪ Hawaii, United States       twin residential communities, southeastern Oahu island, Hawaii, U.S. Extending along Kailua Bay, they lie 13 miles (21 km) northeast of ...
kailyard
/kayl"yahrd'/, n. Scot. kaleyard. * * *
Kailyard school
▪ Scottish literature       late 19th-century movement in Scottish (Scottish literature) fiction characterized by a sentimental idealization of humble village life. Its ...
kailyard school.
—kailyarder, n. —kailyardism, n. See kaleyard school. * * *
KailyardSchool
Kail·yard School (kālʹyärd') n. A group of Scottish writers, including J.M. Barrie, who made considerable use of Scots dialect in their sentimental and romantic works about ...
kain
kain1 /kayn/, n. Scot. cain. kain2 /kuyn/, n. sarong. [1915-20; < Malay: cloth, sarong] * * *
Kainan
▪ Japan       city, Wakayama ken (prefecture), Honshu, Japan, on Wakanoura Bay. It was formed in 1934 with the merger of the towns of Kuroe, Hiigata, and Uchiumi. The ...
Kaingang
/kuyn"gang'/, n., pl. Kaingangs, (esp. collectively) Kaingang. Caingang. * * *
kainic acid
/kuy"nik/, Pharm. an analogue of glutamate, C10H15NO4, derived from the red alga Digenia simplex, used experimentally to stimulate certain neurons in the brain. [1953; < Japn ...
kainite
/kuy"nuyt, kay"-/, n. a mineral, hydrous sulfate of magnesium and potassium chloride, occurring in granular crystalline masses, a source of potassium salts. [1865-70; < G Kainit. ...
Kainji Lake
▪ lake, Nigeria       reservoir on the Niger River, on the border between Niger and Kebbi states, in western Nigeria. It was created in 1968 by the construction of the ...
Kaipara Harbour
▪ harbour, New Zealand       inlet of the Tasman Sea indenting northwestern North Island, New Zealand. It is the largest drowned river system of the North Auckland ...
Kairouan
Fr. /kerdd wahonn"/, n. a city in NE Tunisia: a holy city of Islam. 54,000. Also, Kairwan /kuyeur wahn"/. * * * or Al-Qayrawān City (pop., 1994: 102,600), northeastern ...
Kairov, Ivan Andreyevich
▪ Soviet educator born Dec. 26 [Dec. 14, Old Style], 1893, Ryazan, Russia died Oct. 29, 1978       Soviet educator and public education official responsible for ...
kaiser
—kaiserdom, n. /kuy"zeuhr/, n. 1. a German emperor. 2. an Austrian emperor. 3. Hist. a ruler of the Holy Roman Empire. 4. a person who exercises or tries to exercise absolute ...
Kaiser
/kuy"zeuhr/, n. Henry J(ohn), 1882-1967, U.S. industrialist. * * *
kaiser roll
a rounded, unsweetened roll, formed by folding the corners of a square of dough toward the center, often sprinkled with poppy seeds before baking. * * *
Kaiser, Georg
▪ German dramatist born Nov. 25, 1878, Magdeburg, Ger. died June 4, 1945, Ascona, Switz.  leading German Expressionist (Expressionism) dramatist.       Kaiser's ...
Kaiser, Henry J(ohn)
born , May 9, 1882, Sprout Brook, N.Y., U.S. died Aug. 24, 1967, Honolulu, Hawaii U.S. industrialist and founder of more than 100 companies, including Kaiser Aluminum, Kaiser ...
Kaiser, Henry J.
▪ American industrialist in full  Henry John Kaiser   born , May 9, 1882, Sprout Brook, N.Y., U.S. died Aug. 24, 1967, Honolulu, Hawaii  American industrialist and founder ...
Kaiserin
Kai·ser·in (kīʹzər-ĭn) n. 1. The wife of a Kaiser. 2. Used as the title for such a woman.   [German, feminine of Kaiser, Kaiser. See Kaiser.] * * *
kaiserism
/kuy"zeuh riz'euhm/, n. autocratic rule, like that of a German kaiser. [1910-15; KAISER + -ISM] * * *
kaiserroll
kai·ser roll (kīʹzər) n. A large roll with a hard crust, often used for sandwiches.   [Translation of German dialectal Kaisersemmel: German Kaiser, Kaiser + German ...
kaisership
/kuy"zeuhr ship'/, n. the office of kaiser. [1885-90; KAISER + -SHIP] * * *
Kaiserslautern
/kuy"zeuhrz low'teuhrn/; Ger. /kuy'zeuhrdds low"teuhrddn/, n. a city in S Rhineland-Palatinate, in SW Germany. 100,300. * * * ▪ Germany       city, ...
Kaishintō
▪ political party, Japan in full  Rikken Kaishintō , English  Constitutional Reform Party        a leading Japanese political party from its founding in 1882 by ...
kaishu
▪ Chinese script Chinese“regular script”Wade-Giles romanization  k'ai-shu        in Chinese calligraphy, a stylization of chancery script developed during the ...
Kaitaia
▪ New Zealand       town, northern North Island, New Zealand. It lies 4.5 miles (7 km) above the mouth of the Awanui River, on the North Auckland Peninsula. In 1833 ...
Kaitangata
▪ New Zealand       town, southeastern South Island, New Zealand. It lies 4 miles (6 km) above the mouth of the Matau, a branch of the Clutha River. First settled in ...
Kaithal
▪ India       city, north-central Haryana (Haryāna) state, northwestern India. Said to have been founded by Yudhisthira, a Pandava king in the ancient epic poem ...
kaito-
Forest, uncultivated land. 1. heath, from Old English hǣth, heath, untilled land, from Germanic *haithiz. 2. a. heathen, from Old English hǣthen, heathen, “savage” (< ...
Kaiyuan
▪ China Wade-Giles romanization  K'ai-yüan        city, southern Yunnan sheng (province), southwestern China. It was established in 1276 as Amizhou prefecture ...
Kajaani
/kah"yah nee/, n. a city in central Finland. 34,092. * * *
Kajanus, Robert
▪ Finnish conductor and composer born Dec. 2, 1856, Helsingfors, Finland, Russian Empire [now Helsinki, Fin.] died July 6, 1933, Helsinki       Finnish conductor and ...
Kajar
/kah jahr", keuh-/, n. a dynasty that ruled Persia 1794-1925. * * *
Kajikawa Family
▪ Japanese craftsmen flourished 19th century       Japanese lacquerware artists whose school in Edo (now Tokyo) flourished for more than 200 ...
kaka
/kah"keuh/, n. any of several New Zealand parrots of the genus Nestor, esp. N. meridionalis, having chiefly greenish and olive-brown plumage. [1765-75; < Maori kaka, perh. akin ...
kaka-
See kakka-. * * *
Kakadu National Park
▪ national park, Northern Territory, Australia  extensive natural and cultural region in Northern Territory, Australia. The park, which covers an area of some 7,700 square ...
Kakamega
▪ Kenya       town, southwestern Kenya, located at an elevation of about 5,100 feet (1,550 metres). The British developed Kakamega for defensive purposes in 1903, and ...
kakapo
/kah'keuh poh"/, n., pl. kakapos /-pohz"/. a large, almost flightless nocturnal parrot, Strigops habroptilus, of New Zealand: an endangered species. [1835-45; < Maori kakapo ...
Kakata
▪ Liberia       city, western Liberia, on the road from Monrovia to Gbarnga. It is the site of the Booker Washington Institute (1929; Liberia's first vocational and ...
kakebuton
/kah'keuh booh"ton/, n. a thin quilt or coverlet traditionally used when sleeping on a futon. [ < Japn, equiv. to kake(y) to hang (transit.) ( < *kaka-i) + -buton, comb. form of ...
kakemono
/kah'keuh moh"noh/; Japn. /kah"ke maw"naw/, n., pl. kakemonos, kakemono. a vertical hanging scroll containing either text or a painting, intended to be viewed on a wall and ...
kaki
/kah"kee/, n., pl. kakis. 1. the Japanese persimmon tree. 2. the fruit of this tree. [1720-30; < Japn] * * *
Kakiemon ware
▪ pottery       Japanese porcelain made primarily during the Tokugawa period (1603–1867) by the Sakaida family, who established kilns at Arita, near the port of Imari ...
Kakinada
Ka·ki·na·da (kä'kə-näʹdə) A city of southeast India on the Bay of Bengal north-northeast of Chennai (Madras). It is primarily an agricultural marketplace. Population: ...
Kakinomoto Hitomaro
known as Hitomaro died 708, Japan Japanese poet. He entered the service of the imperial court and later became a provincial official. Japan's first great literary figure, he ...
kakistocracy
—kakistocratical /keuh kis'teuh krat"i keuhl/, adj. /kak'euh stok"reuh see/, n., pl. kakistocracies. government by the worst persons; a form of government in which the worst ...
kakka-
Also kaka-. To defecate. Root imitative of glottal closure during defecation. 1. cucking stool, from Middle English cukken, to defecate, from a source akin to Old Norse *kūka, ...
Kakogawa
Ka·ko·ga·wa (kä'kô-gäʹwə) A city of southern Honshu, Japan, west of Kobe. It is an industrial center. Population: 249,390. * * * ▪ Japan       city in Hyōgo ...
Kakongo
▪ former state, Africa       former African kingdom that was located on the Atlantic (Atlantic Ocean) coast, north of the mouth of the Congo River (present-day Angola, ...
Kakure Kirishitan
▪ Japanese religious sect       (Japanese: “Hidden Christians”), descendants of the first Japanese converts to Christianity who, driven underground by 1650, managed ...
kal
kal abbrev. kalends (calends) * * *
kal.
kalends. * * *
kala azar
kala azar or visceral leishmaniasis [kä΄lä ä zär′] n. 〚Hindi kālā-āzār, lit., black disease〛 an infectious disease, a type of leishmaniasis, that occurs in ...
kala-azar
/kah'lah ah zahr", kah'leuh az"euhr/, n. Pathol. a chronic, usually fatal disease occurring in tropical areas of Asia and the Western Hemisphere, characterized by irregular ...
Kālacakra-tantra
▪ Buddhist literature       (Sanskrit: “Wheel of Time Tantra”), chief text of a divergent, syncretistic, and astrologically oriented school of Tantric Buddhism ...
Kalacuri dynasty
or Kalachuri dynasty Any of several dynasties in Indian history. Apart from the dynastic name and perhaps a belief in common ancestry, there is little in known sources to ...
Kalahari
/kah'leuh hahr"ee, kal'euh-/, n. a desert region in SW Africa, largely in Botswana. 100,000 sq. mi. (259,000 sq. km). * * * ▪ desert region, Africa Introduction  a large, ...
Kalahari Desert
Desert region, southern Africa. It covers an area of 360,000 sq mi (930,000 sq km) and lies mostly in Botswana but also occupies portions of Namibia and South Africa. It was ...
Kalahari Gemsbok National Park
National park in the Kalahari Desert, South Africa. Established in 1931, it lies between Namibia and Botswana and adjoins the Gemsbok National Park of Botswana. It occupies an ...
Kalais
/keuh lay"is/, n. Class. Myth. Calais. * * *
Kalakacaryakatha
▪ Jaina work Sanskrit“The Story of the Teacher Kalaka”       a noncanonical work of the Shvetambara (Śvetāmbara) (“White-robed”) sect of Jainism, a religion ...
Kalakaua
▪ king of Hawaii in full  David Kalakaua   born Nov. 16, 1836, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands [U.S.] died Jan. 30, 1891, San Francisco, Calif., U.S.       king of ...
Kalakh
/kah"lahkh/, n. an ancient Assyrian city on the Tigris River, founded 1274 B.C. and destroyed by the Medes 612 B.C.: its ruins are at Nimrud near Mosul in northern Iraq. Biblical ...
Kalam
—Kalamist, n. /keuh lahm"/, n. Islam. 1. (sometimes l.c.) a school of philosophical theology originating in the 9th century A.D., asserting the existence of God as a prime ...
Kalámai
▪ Greece also spelled  Kalamáta        industrial city and port of the southern Peloponnese and capital of the nomós (department) of Messenia, Greece. It lies along ...
kalamataolive
ka·la·ma·ta olive also ca·la·ma·ta olive (kä'lə-mäʹtə, kăl'ə-) n. An edible variety of olive with a fruity flavor and meaty texture.   [AfterKalamata, Greece, city ...
kalamatianos
      a Greek chain dance, a form of the syrtos (q.v.). * * *
Kalamazoo
/kal'euh meuh zooh"/, n. a city in SW Michigan. 79,722. * * * ▪ Michigan, United States       city, seat (1830) of Kalamazoo county, southwestern Michigan, U.S. It ...
Kalamazoo College
▪ college, Kalamazoo, Michigan, United States       private, coeducational institution of higher learning in Kalamazoo, Mich., U.S. It is a liberal arts college ...
Kalambo Falls
/keuh lahm"boh/ an archaeological site at the southeastern end of Lake Tanganyika, on the Zambia-Tanzania border, that has yielded one of the longest continuous cultural ...
kalanchoe
/kal'euhn koh"ee, keuh lang"koh ee, kal"euhn choh', keuh lan"choh/, n. any of several chiefly African and Asian succulent plants or shrubs belonging to the genus Kalanchoe, of ...
Kalantiyaw, Code of
▪ Philippines [1433]       one of the few written documents to survive from the pre-Spanish Philippine culture. The penal code was apparently written in 1433 and ...
Kalashnikov
Ka·lash·ni·kov (kə-lăshʹnə-kôf', -kŏf') n. Any of a series of assault rifles of Soviet design, especially the AK-47.   [After Mikhail TimofeevichKalashnikov (born ...
Kalasin
▪ Thailand       town, northeastern Thailand on the Khorat Plateau. It lies on the east bank of the Bao River on a major road from Khon Kaen to Sakon Nakhon. The area is ...
Kalat
/keuh laht"/, n. a region in S Baluchistan, in SW Pakistan. Also, Khelat. * * * ▪ Pakistan       town, Balochistān province, Pakistan. The town, known locally as ...
kalathos
/kal"euh thos'/, n., pl. kalathoi /-thoy'/. Gk. and Rom. Antiq. a fruit basket having a conventionalized shape of a lily, often used in ancient art as a symbol of ...
Kalaupapa Peninsula
Promontory on the northern shore of Molokai island, Hawaii, U.S. Occupying a 10-sq-mi (26-sq-km) plateau, it is isolated from the rest of the island by 2,000-ft (600-m) ...
Kalb
/kalb/; Ger. /kahlp/, n. Johann /yoh"hahn/, ("Baron de Kalb"), 1721-80, German general in the American Revolutionary Army. * * *
Kalb River, Al-
▪ river, Lebanon Arabic  Nahr Al-Kalb , Latin  Lycus        river, west-central Lebanon, flowing westward and emptying into the Mediterranean Sea north of Beirut. ...
Kalb, Johann
born June 29, 1721, Hüttendorf, near Erlangen died Aug. 19, 1780, Camden, S.C., U.S. German army officer who fought in the American Revolution. He served in a German regiment ...
Kalb,Johann
Kalb (kălb, kälp), Johann. Known as “Baron de Kalb.” 1721-1780. German general in the American Revolution who wintered with George Washington at Valley Forge (1777-1778) ...
kale
/kayl/, n. 1. Also called borecole. a cabbagelike cultivated plant, Brassica oleracea acephala, of the mustard family, having curled or wrinkled leaves: used as a vegetable. 2. ...
Kaledin, Aleksey Maksimovich
▪ Russian military officer born Oct. 24 [Oct. 12, Old Style], 1861, Ust-Khopyorskaya, Russia died Feb. 11 [Jan. 29], 1918, Novocherkassk, Russian S.F.S.R., ...
kaleidoscope
/keuh luy"deuh skohp'/, n. 1. an optical instrument in which bits of glass, held loosely at the end of a rotating tube, are shown in continually changing symmetrical forms by ...
kaleidoscopic
—kaleidoscopically, adv. /keuh luy'deuh skop"ik/, adj. 1. of, pertaining to, or created by a kaleidoscope. 2. changing form, pattern, color, etc., in a manner suggesting a ...
kaleidoscopical
See kaleidoscopic. * * *
kaleidoscopically
See kaleidoscopic. * * *
Kalemi
▪ Democratic Republic of the Congo also spelled  Kalemie , also called  Lukuga , formerly (1915–66)  Albertville         town, southeastern Democratic Republic ...

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