[kou-nahs] /ˈkaʊ nɑs/
a city in S central Lithuania.
a city in central Lithuania at the confluence of the Neman and Viliya Rivers: ceded by Poland to Russia in 1795; became the provisional capital of Lithuania (1920–40); incorporated into the Soviet Union 1944–91; university (1922). Pop: 364 000 (2005 est) Russian name Kovno
[kah-oon-dah, -duh] /kɑˈun dɑ, -də/ noun 1. Kenneth (David) born 1924, Zambian political leader: first president 1964–91. /kɑːˈʊndə/ noun 1. Kenneth (David). born 1924, Zambian statesman. He became Zambia’s first president (1964–91)
/kaʊˈpɑːpə/ noun 1. (NZ) a strategy, policy, or cause
/ˈkaʊr/ noun 1. a title assumed by a Sikh woman when she becomes a full member of the community
[kou-ruh-vahz] /ˈkaʊ rəˌvɑz/ noun, (used with a plural verb) 1. (in the Mahabharata) the cousins and enemies of the Pandavas.