[kah-dahr] /ˈkɑ dɑr/
[yah-nawsh] /ˈyɑ nɔʃ/ (Show IPA), 1912–89, Hungarian political leader: general secretary of the Communist Party 1956–88.
János (ˈjaːnoʃ). 1912–89, Hungarian statesman; Communist prime minister of Hungary (1956–58; 1961–65) and first secretary of the Communist Party (1956–88)
[kuh-dah-fee] /kəˈdɑ fi/ noun 1. Muammar (Muhammad) al- or el- [moo-ah-mahr,, al,, el] /muˈɑ mɑr,, æl,, ɛl/ (Show IPA), .
[Ashkenazic Hebrew kah-dish; Sephardic Hebrew kah-deesh] /Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈkɑ dɪʃ; Sephardic Hebrew kɑˈdiʃ/ noun, plural Kaddishim [Ashkenazic Hebrew kah-dish-im; Sephardic Hebrew kah-dee-sheem] /Ashkenazic Hebrew kɑˈdɪʃ ɪm; Sephardic Hebrew kɑ diˈʃim/ (Show IPA). Judaism. 1. (italics) a liturgical prayer, consisting of three or six verses, recited at specified points during each of the three daily services […]
holy, or Kadesh-Barnea, sacred desert of wandering, a place on the south-eastern border of Palestine, about 165 miles from Horeb. It lay in the “wilderness” or “desert of Zin” (Gen. 14:7; Num. 13:3-26; 14:29-33; 20:1; 27:14), on the border of Edom (20:16). From this place, in compliance with the desire of the people, Moses sent […]
[kah-dee, key-] /ˈkɑ di, ˈkeɪ-/ noun, plural kadis. 1. . [kah-dee, key-] /ˈkɑ di, ˈkeɪ-/ noun, plural qadis. 1. a judge in a Muslim community, whose decisions are based on Islamic religious law. /ˈkɑːdɪ; ˈkeɪdɪ/ noun (pl) -dis 1. a variant spelling of cadi /ˈkɑːdɪ; ˈkeɪdɪ/ noun (pl) -dis 1. a variant spelling of cadi