[kuh-frair-ee-uh] /kəˈfrɛər i ə/
a region in the S Republic of South Africa: inhabited mostly by the Xhosa.
of or relating to Kaffraria, a former region of S central South Africa, or its inhabitants
a native or inhabitant of Kaffraria
a former region of S central South Africa: inhabited chiefly by people then known as the Kaffirs; British Kaffraria was a crown colony established in 1853 in the southwest of the region and annexed to Cape Colony in 1865
[kaf-er, key-fer, kah-] /ˈkæf ər, ˈkeɪ fər, ˈkɑ-/ noun, plural Kafirs (especially collectively) Kafir. 1. Also called Nuristani. a member of an Indo-European people of Nuristan. 2. (lowercase) Islam. an infidel or unbeliever. 3. (def 1). 4. (lowercase). Also, kaffir. Also called kafir corn. a grain sorghum, Sorghum bicolor caffrorum, having stout, short-jointed, leafy stalks, […]
[kaf-uh-ree, kuh-feer-ee] /ˈkæf ə ri, kəˈfɪər i/ noun 1. an Indo-Iranian language, or small group of languages, of Nuristan, closely related to but not a part of the Indic subbranch.
[kah-fi-ri-stahn, kaf-er-uh-stan] /ˌkɑ fɪ rɪˈstɑn, ˌkæf ər əˈstæn/ noun 1. former name of . /ˌkæfɪrɪˈstɑːn/ noun 1. the former name of Nuristan
[kahf-kah, -kuh] /ˈkɑf kɑ, -kə/ noun 1. Franz [frahnts] /frɑnts/ (Show IPA), 1883–1924, Austrian novelist and short-story writer, born in Prague. /ˈkæfkə; Czech ˈkafka/ noun 1. Franz (frants). 1883–1924, Czech novelist writing in German. In his two main novels The Trial (1925) and The Castle (1926), published posthumously against his wishes, he portrays man’s fear, […]