[koh-hosh, koh-hosh] /ˈkoʊ hɒʃ, koʊˈhɒʃ/
either of two unrelated plants of the eastern U.S., Cimicifuga racemosa (black cohosh) of the buttercup family, or Caulophyllum thalictroides (blue cohosh) of the barberry family, both used medicinally.
any of several North American plants, such as the blue cohosh (Caulophyllum thalictroides: family Leonticaceae) and black cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa: family Ranunculaceae)
[verb koh-hohst, koh-hohst; noun koh-hohst] /verb koʊˈhoʊst, ˈkoʊˌhoʊst; noun ˈkoʊˌhoʊst/ Radio and Television. verb (used with or without object) 1. to host (a program) jointly with another. noun 2. a person who co-hosts.
[koh-hou-zing] /koʊˈhaʊ zɪŋ/ noun 1. a cooperative living arrangement in which people build a cluster of single-family houses around a common building for shared meals, child care, guest rooms, etc. 2. the cluster of houses with the common building.
/ˈkəʊzɪ/ noun acronym (formerly, in Britain) 1. Confederation of Health Service Employees
[koh-hoon] /koʊˈhun/ noun 1. a pinnate-leaved palm, Orbignya cohune, native to Central America, bearing large nuts whose meat yields an oil resembling that of the coconut. /kəʊˈhuːn/ noun 1. a tropical American feather palm, Attalea (or Orbignya) cohune, whose large oily nuts yield an oil similar to coconut oil Also called cohune palm See also […]