(in the Netherlands and in Dutch colonies) a large cabinet of the 17th and 18th centuries, having two doors and often a number of drawers at the bottom, and usually having an elaborately painted or carved decoration with a heavy cornice.
noun, Egyptian Religion.
a spiritual entity, an aspect of the individual, believed to live within the body during life and to survive it after death.
(in ancient Egypt) an attendant spirit supposedly dwelling as a vital force in a man or statue
[kuh-sahy, kah-] /kəˈsaɪ, kɑ-/ noun 1. a river in S central Africa, flowing from central Angola to and then NW along the Angola-Democratic Republic of the Congo border and through the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the Congo (Zaire) River. About 1100 miles (1770 km) long. /kɑːˈsaɪ/ noun 1. a river in southwestern Africa, […]
- Kasai operation
Kasai operation Ka·sai operation (kä-sī’) n. See portoenterostomy.
[kas-uh-voo-boo, kah-sah-] /ˌkæs əˈvu bu, ˌkɑ sɑ-/ noun 1. Joseph, 1917?–69, African political leader: first president of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (now Zaire) 1960–65.
[kaz-buh, -bah, kahz-] /ˈkæz bə, -bɑ, ˈkɑz-/ noun 1. the older, native Arab quarter of a North African city, especially Algiers. /ˈkæzbɑː/ noun (sometimes capital) 1. the citadel of any of various North African cities 2. the quarter in which a kasbah is located Compare medina n. see casbah.