[kah-buh, kah-uh-buh] /ˈkɑ bə, ˈkɑ ə bə/
a small, cubical building in the courtyard of the Great Mosque at Mecca containing a sacred black stone: regarded by Muslims as the House of God and the objective of their pilgrimages.
one of several replicas of this building, sacred to pre-Islamic Arabs.
[kuh-bob] /kəˈbɒb/ noun 1. . [kuh-bob] /kəˈbɒb/ noun 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 a skewer. 2. (in Indian English use) roast meat. /kəˈbɒb/ noun 1. another name for kebab
/kəˈbɑːdɪ/ noun 1. a game played between two teams of seven players, in which individuals take turns to chase and try to touch members of the opposing team without being captured by them
[kuh-bah-kuh] /kəˈbɑ kə/ noun 1. the traditional king of Buganda, a region and former kingdom of southern Uganda. /kaˈbaka/ noun 1. any of the former rulers of the Baganda people of S Uganda
[kab-uh-luh, kuh-bah-] /ˈkæb ə lə, kəˈbɑ-/ noun 1. . [kab-uh-luh, kuh-bah-] /ˈkæb ə lə, kəˈbɑ-/ noun 1. a system of esoteric theosophy and theurgy developed by rabbis, reaching its peak about the 12th and 13th centuries, and influencing certain medieval and Renaissance Christian thinkers. It was based on a mystical method of interpreting Scripture by […]