[kah-gair-uh] /kɑˈgɛər ə/
a river in equatorial Africa flowing into Lake Victoria from the west: the most remote headstream of the Nile. 430 miles (690 km) long.
a river in E Africa, rising in headstreams on the border between Tanzania and Rwanda and flowing east to Lake Victoria: the most remote headstream of the Nile and largest tributary of Lake Victoria. Length: about 480 km (300 miles)
[kah-goh] /ˈkɑ goʊ/ noun, plural kagos. 1. (in Japan) a small basketwork palanquin strung from a pole each end of which rests on the shoulder of a bearer.
[kah-gaw-shee-mah] /ˈkɑ gɔˈʃi mɑ/ noun 1. a seaport on S Kyushu, in SW Japan. /ˌkæɡɒˈʃiːmə/ noun 1. a port in SW Japan, on S Kyushu. Pop: 544 840 (2002 est)
/kəˈɡuːl/ noun 1. variant spellings of cagoule
[kah-goo] /ˈkɑ gu/ noun 1. a raillike bird, Rhinochetus jubatus, of the island of New Caledonia, having a gray body, black-and-white wings, and a long, shaggy crest: an endangered species. /ˈkɑːɡuː/ noun 1. a crested nocturnal bird, Rhynochetos jubatus, with a red bill and greyish plumage: occurs only in New Caledonia and is nearly extinct: […]