[kee-nuh-poh-dee-ey-shuh s, ken-uh-] /ˌki nəˌpoʊ diˈeɪ ʃəs, ˌkɛn ə-/
belonging to the Chenopodiaceae, formerly the goosefoot family, now considered part of the amaranth family of plants.
[kee-nuh-poh-dee-uh m, ken-uh-] /ˌki nəˈpoʊ di əm, ˌkɛn ə-/ noun 1. a colorless or yellowish oil obtained from the seeds and leaves of Mexican tea, used chiefly in medicine as an agent for killing or expelling intestinal worms.
[chawng-sahm] /ˈtʃɔŋˈsɑm/ noun 1. a form-fitting, knee-length dress with a mandarin collar and slit skirt, worn chiefly by Chinese women. /ˈtʃɒŋˈsæm/ noun 1. a straight dress, usually of silk or cotton, with a stand-up collar and a slit in one side of the skirt, worn by Chinese women noun See qipao
[kee-ops] /ˈki ɒps/ noun 1. flourished early 26th century b.c, king of Egypt: builder of the great pyramid at Giza (father of Khafre). /ˈkiːɒps/ noun 1. original name Khufu. Egyptian king of the fourth dynasty (?2613–?2494 bc), who built the largest pyramid at El Gîza communications A satellite-based batch data dissemination project between CERN and […]
village, one of the four cities of the Gibeonitish Hivites with whom Joshua made a league (9:17). It belonged to Benjamin. It has been identified with the modern Kefireh, on the west confines of Benjamin, about 2 miles west of Ajalon and 11 from Jerusalem.