[kah-lahkh] /ˈkɑ lɑx/
an ancient Assyrian city on the Tigris River, founded 1274 b.c. and destroyed by the Medes 612 b.c.: its ruins are at Nimrud near Mosul in northern Iraq.
[kuh-lahm] /kəˈlɑm/ noun, Islam. 1. (sometimes lowercase) a school of philosophical theology originating in the 9th century a.d., asserting the existence of God as a prime mover and the freedom of the will. 2. the word of Allah.
[kal-uh-muh-zoo] /ˌkæl ə məˈzu/ noun 1. a city in SW Michigan. /ˌkæləməˈzuː/ noun 1. a city in SW Michigan, midway between Detroit and Chicago: aircraft, missile parts. Pop: 75 312 (2003 est)
[kuh-lahm-boh] /kəˈlɑm boʊ/ noun 1. an archaeological site at the southeastern end of Lake Tanganyika, on the Zambia-Tanzania border, that has yielded one of the longest continuous cultural sequences in sub-Saharan Africa, beginning more than 100,000 years b.p. and characterized in the earliest levels by evidence of fire use and some simple wooden implements of […]
[kal-uh n-koh-ee, kuh-lang-koh-ee, kal-uh n-choh, kuh-lan-choh] /ˌkæl ənˈkoʊ i, kəˈlæŋ koʊ i, ˈkæl ənˌtʃoʊ, kəˈlæn tʃoʊ/ noun 1. any of several chiefly African and Asian succulent plants or shrubs belonging to the genus Kalanchoe, of the stonecrop family, having mostly opposite leaves and branching clusters of flowers. /ˌkælənˈkəʊɪ/ noun 1. any plant of the tropical […]