/kaməˈraːt; English ˈkæməˌrɑːd/
a shout of surrender, used by German soldiers
/Dutch ˈkɑmərlɪŋˈonəs/ noun 1. Heike (ˈhaɪkə). 1853–1926, Dutch physicist: a pioneer of the physics of low-temperature materials and discoverer (1911) of superconductivity. Nobel prize for physics 1913
/ˈkɑːmɛt; ˈkʌmeɪt/ noun 1. a mountain on the border of China and India, west of Nepal in the Himalayas. Height: 7756 m (25 447 ft)
[kah-muh-roon] /ˌkɑ məˈrun/ noun 1. German name of . /ˈkaməruːn/ noun 1. the German name for Cameroon
/ˈkɑːmɪ/ noun (pl) -mi 1. a divine being or spiritual force in Shinto Japanese for “superior, lord,” a title given to governors, also used of deities; the word chosen by Japanese converts and Protestant missionaries to refer to the Christian god.