[kahf, kawf] /kɑf, kɔf/
the eleventh letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
the consonant sound represented by this letter.
/kɔːf; kɑːf; Hebrew kaf/
the 11th letter of the Hebrew alphabet (כ or, at the end of a word, ך) transliterated as k or, when final, kh
noun in Ayurvedic medicine, one of the three biological humors or energies, made up of the earth and water elements; also a person in whom this humor is dominant Word Origin Sanskrit kapha ‘phlegm’
[kah-pi-luh] /ˈkɑ pɪ lə/ noun 1. flourished early 6th century b.c, Hindu philosopher: reputed founder of the Sankhya system of Hindu philosophy.
- Kapil dev
/ˈkæpɪl ˈdɛv/ noun 1. (Ramlal) Nikhanj (nɪˈkændʒ). born 1959, Indian cricketer: an all-rounder, he played in 131 test matches and captained India to victory in the 1983 World Cup
[kah-pyi-tsuh] /ˈkɑ pyɪ tsə/ noun 1. Pyotr L(eonidovich) [pyawtr lyi-uh-nyee-duh-vyich] /pyɔtr lyɪ ʌˈnyi də vyɪtʃ/ (Show IPA), 1894–1984, Russian physicist: Nobel Prize 1978. Kapitsa (kä’pyĭ-tsə) Russian physicist who developed equipment capable of generating powerful magnetic fields, which he used to make several discoveries in the area of low-temperature physics. For this work he shared with […]