[kah-nuh-mah-juh-ree; Japanese kah-nah-mah-jee-ree] /ˈkɑ nəˈmɑ dʒə ri; Japanese ˈkɑ nɑˈmɑ dʒiˈri/
the standard script of modern Japanese, in which kanji are used for root elements, supplemented by kana for inflections and particles and sometimes for indication of the Japanese pronunciation of kanji.
/kɑːnˈtʃiːpərəm/ noun 1. a city in SE India, in Tamil Nadu: a sacred Hindu town known as “the Benares of the South”; textile industries. Pop: 152 984 (2001)
[kuhn-duh-hahr] /ˌkʌn dəˈhɑr/ noun 1. a city in S Afghanistan. /ˌkændəˈhɑː/ noun 1. a city in S Afghanistan: an important trading centre, built by Ahmad Shah Durrani (1724–73) as his capital on the site of several former cities. Pop: 436 000 (2005 est)
[kan-din-skee; Russian kuhn-dyeen-skyee] /kænˈdɪn ski; Russian kʌnˈdyin skyi/ noun 1. Wassily [vas-uh-lee] /ˈvæs ə li/ (Show IPA), or Vasili [vas-uh-lee,, vuh-sil-ee;; Russian vuh-syee-lyee] /ˈvæs ə li,, vəˈsɪl i;; Russian vʌˈsyi lyi/ (Show IPA), 1866–1944, Russian painter. /Russian kanˈdinskij/ noun 1. Vasili (vaˈsilij). 1866–1944, Russian expressionist painter and theorist, regarded as the first to develop an […]
[kan-dee, kahn-] /ˈkæn di, ˈkɑn-/ noun 1. a city in central Sri Lanka: famous Buddhist temples. /ˈkændɪ/ noun 1. a city in central Sri Lanka: capital of the kingdom of Kandy from 1480 until 1815, when occupied by the British; sacred Buddhist temple; University of Sri Lanka. Pop: 112 000 (2005 est)