[kuh-hoo-nuh] /kəˈhu nə/
(in Hawaii) a native medicine man or priest.
1886, in a report in English by the Hawaiian government, which defines the word as “doctor and sorcerer,” from Hawaiian, where it was applied as well to priests and navigators. In surfer slang, for “a god of surfing,” it is attested from 1962 (but big kahuna in same sense is said to date from 1950s.
/k*-hoo’n*/ (From the Hawaiian title for a shaman) An IBM synonym for wizard or guru.
/kaɪ/ noun 1. (NZ) food
[kahy-ak] /ˈkaɪ æk/ noun 1. an Eskimo canoe with a skin cover on a light framework, made watertight by flexible closure around the waist of the occupant and propelled with a double-bladed paddle. 2. a small boat resembling this, made commercially of a variety of materials and used in sports. verb (used without object) 3. […]
[kahy-bab] /ˈkaɪ bæb/ noun 1. a nearly extinct tree squirrel, Sciurus kaibabensis, found only in a small area north of the Grand Canyon.
[kahy-i-too r] /ˌkaɪ ɪˈtʊər/ noun 1. a waterfall in central Guyana, on a tributary of the Essequibo River. 741 feet (226 meters) high.