[kah-poo-ahs] /ˈkɑ puˌɑs/
a river in W Kalimantan, in central Borneo, flowing SW to the South China Sea. 710 miles (1142 km) long.
[kah-puh-kuh] /ˈkɑ pə kə/ noun 1. a New Zealand tree, Griselinia littoralis, of the dogwood family, having brown, hairy twigs and small, greenish flowers, grown as an ornamental. /kɑːpuːkə/ noun (pl) kapuka 1. (NZ) another name for broadleaf (sense 2)
[kap-uh-skey-sing] /ˌkæp əˈskeɪ sɪŋ/ noun 1. a town in central Ontario, in S Canada.
[kah-poo t, -poot, kuh-] /kɑˈpʊt, -ˈput, kə-/ adjective, Slang. 1. ruined; done for; demolished. 2. unable to operate or continue: The washing machine is suddenly kaput. Idioms 3. go kaput, to cease functioning; break down: The old car finally went kaput. /kæˈpʊt/ adjective 1. (postpositive) (informal) ruined, broken, or not functioning adj. 1895, “finished, worn […]
/ˈkʌrə/ noun 1. the steel bangle traditionally worn by Sikhs as a symbol of their religious and cultural loyalty, symbolizing unity with God: originally worn as a wristguard by swordsmen See also five Ks