[kaf-tan, -tuh n, kaf-tan] /ˈkæf tæn, -tən, kæfˈtæn/
a long coatlike garment, usually worn with a belt and made of rich fabric, worn in the East
an imitation of this, worn, esp by women, in the West, consisting of a loose dress with long wide sleeves
[kuh-foo-ey, kah-] /kəˈfu eɪ, kɑ-/ noun 1. a river in S central Africa, flowing SE along the Zaire-Zambia border and then SW and E through Zambia to the Zambezi River above Kariba Lake. About 600 miles (965 km) long.
noun disorder, commotion; also written curfuffle , kerfuffle , gefuffle See kerfuffle Word Origin Gaelic cur ‘twist, bend’ + fuffle n. variant of kerfuffle.
[kah-gah-wah] /ˈkɑ gɑˌwɑ/ noun 1. Toyohiko [taw-yaw-hee-kaw] /ˈtɔ yɔˈhi kɔ/ (Show IPA), 1888–1960, Japanese social reformer and religious leader.
[kah-gair-uh] /kɑˈgɛər ə/ noun 1. a river in equatorial Africa flowing into Lake Victoria from the west: the most remote headstream of the Nile. 430 miles (690 km) long. /kæˈɡɛrə/ noun 1. a river in E Africa, rising in headstreams on the border between Tanzania and Rwanda and flowing east to Lake Victoria: the most […]