[kap-luh n] /ˈkæp lən/
[mawr-di-kahy mey-nuh-hem,, muh-nah-hem] /ˈmɔr dɪˌkaɪ ˈmeɪ nəˌhɛm,, məˈnɑ hɛm/ (Show IPA), 1881–1983, U.S. religious leader and educator, born in Lithuania: founder of the Reconstructionist movement in Judaism.
[kah-poh] /ˈkɑ poʊ/ noun 1. a Nazi concentration camp prisoner who was given privileges in return for supervising prisoner work gangs: often a common criminal and frequently brutal to fellow inmates.
[key-pok] /ˈkeɪ pɒk/ noun 1. the silky down that invests the seeds of a silk-cotton tree (ka·pok tree) Ceiba pentandra, of the East Indies, Africa, and tropical America: used for stuffing pillows, life jackets, etc., and for acoustical insulation. /ˈkeɪpɒk/ noun 1. a silky fibre obtained from the hairs covering the seeds of a tropical […]
noun 1. a yellowish-green oil expressed from the seeds of the kapok tree, used especially in foods and in the manufacture of soap.
[kuh-paw-tuh] /kəˈpɔ tə/ noun 1. a long coat formerly worn by male Jews of eastern Europe and now worn chiefly by very Orthodox or Hasidic Jews.