[ken-yah-tuh] /kɛnˈyɑ tə/
[joh-moh] /ˈdʒoʊ moʊ/ (Show IPA), 1893?–1978, Kenyan political leader: president 1964–78.
Jomo (ˈdʒəʊməʊ). ?1891–1978, Kenyan statesman: imprisoned as a suspected leader of the Mau Mau revolt (1953–59); elected president of the Kenya African National Union (1961); prime minister of independent Kenya (1963) and president (1964–78)
[ken-yuh n] /ˈkɛn yən/ noun 1. John Samuel, 1874–1959, U.S. phonetician and educator.
- Kenzaburo oe
[oh-ey] /ˈoʊ eɪ/ noun 1. Kenzaburo [ken-zah-boo r-oh] /ˌkɛn zɑˈbʊər oʊ/ (Show IPA), born 1935, Japanese novelist and short-story writer: Nobel prize 1994. symbol 1. oersted abbreviation 1. Old English (language) /ˈaʊi/ noun 1. Kenzaburo (kɛnzəˈbʊrəʊ). born 1935, Japanese novelist and writer; his books include The Catch (1958), A Personal Matter (1964), and Silent Cry […]
[kee-oh] /ˈki oʊ/ noun 1. a pension plan for an unincorporated business entity or self-employed person.
[kee-uh-kuhk] /ˈki əˌkʌk/ noun 1. c1780–c1848, leader of the Sac tribe. 2. a city in SE Iowa, on the Mississippi River: large power dam.