[kuh-zan for 1, 3; for 1 also kuh-zahn; for 2 also Russian kuh-zahn] /kəˈzæn for 1, 3; for 1 also kəˈzɑn; for 2 also Russian kʌˈzɑn/
Elia [ih-lahy-uh,, eel-yuh] /ɪˈlaɪ ə,, ˈil yə/ (Show IPA), 1909–2003, U.S. film and stage director and novelist, born in Turkey.
a city in and capital of the Tatar Autonomous Republic in the SE Russian Federation in Europe, near the Volga River.
a river in S Nunavut, Canada, flowing N and NE to Baker Lake. 455 miles (732 km) long.
[tah-ter-stan, ‐stahn] /ˌtɑ tərˈstæn, ‐ˈstɑn/
Republic of, an autonomous republic in central Russia on the E European Plain, at the confluence of the Volga and Kama rivers. 26,192 sq. mi. (67,836 sq. km).
/kəˈzæn; -ˈzɑːn; Russian kaˈzanj/
a city in W Russia, capital of the Tatar Autonomous Republic on the River Volga: capital of an independent khanate in the 15th century; university (1804); a major industrial centre. Pop: 1 108 000 (2005 est)
Elia (ˈiːljə), real name Elia Kazanjoglous 1909–2003, US stage and film director and writer, born in Turkey. His films include Gentleman’s Agreement (1947) and On the Waterfront (1954) for both of which he won Oscars, and East of Eden (1955).
[kaz-uh n-zak-is, kah-zuh n-zah-kis; Greek kah-zahn-dzah-kees] /ˌkæz ənˈzæk ɪs, ˌkɑ zənˈzɑ kɪs; Greek ˌkɑ zɑnˈdzɑ kis/ noun 1. Nikos [nee-kaws] /ˈni kɔs/ (Show IPA), 1883–1957, Greek poet and novelist. /Greek kazanˈdzakis/ noun 1. Nikos (ˈnikɔs). 1885–1957, Greek novelist, poet, and dramatist, noted esp for his novels Zorba the Greek (1946) and Christ Recrucified (1954) and […]
[kuh-zah-chawk] /kə zɑˈtʃɔk/ noun, plural kazachki [kuh-zahch-kee] /kə zɑtʃˈki/ (Show IPA) 1. a lively, Slavic folk dance for a solo male dancer, marked especially by the prisiadka. [kuh-zaht-skee] /kəˈzɑt ski/ noun, plural kazatskies. 1. . /ˌkɑːzəˈtʃɒk/ noun 1. a Russian folk dance in which the performer executes high kicks from a squatting position
[kuh-zaht-skee] /kəˈzɑt ski/ noun, plural kazatskies. 1. .
[kahz-bek; Russian kuhz-byek] /kɑzˈbɛk; Russian kʌzˈbyɛk/ noun 1. Mount, an extinct volcano in the central Caucasus Mountains, between the Georgian Republic and the Russian Federation. 16,541 feet (5042 meters). /kɑːzˈbɛk/ noun 1. Mount Kazbek, an extinct volcano in N Georgia in the central Caucasus Mountains. Height: 5047 m (16 558 ft)