[kahl-suh] /ˌkɑl sə/
a martial fraternity originated in 1699 and remaining as one of the closely knit communities of the Sikhs.
an order of the Sikh religion, founded (1699) by Guru Gobind Singh. Members vow to wear the five Ks, to eat only ritually killed meat, and to refrain from committing adultery or cutting their hair
[kah-muh] /ˈkɑ mə/ noun 1. Sir Seretse [suh-ret-sey] /səˈrɛt seɪ/ (Show IPA), 1921–80, Botswanan political leader: president 1966–80. /ˈkɑːmə/ noun 1. Sir Seretse (səˈrɛtsɪ). 1921–80, Botswana statesman; the first president of Botswana (1966–80)
[kahn, kan] /kɑn, kæn/ noun 1. (in the Altaic group of languages) a title held by hereditary rulers or tribal chiefs. 2. the supreme ruler of the Tatar tribes, as well as emperor of China, during the Middle Ages: a descendant of Genghis Khan. 3. a title of respect used in Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, […]
[kam-seen, kam-sin] /kæmˈsin, ˈkæm sɪn/ noun 1. a hot southerly wind, varying from southeast to southwest, that blows regularly in Egypt and over the Red Sea for about 50 days, commencing about the middle of March. /ˈkæmsɪn; kæmˈsiːn/ noun 1. a hot southerly wind blowing from about March to May, esp in Egypt
[kah-neyt, kan-eyt] /ˈkɑ neɪt, ˈkæn eɪt/ noun 1. the area governed by a . /ˈkɑːneɪt; ˈkæn-/ noun 1. the territory ruled by a khan 2. the position or rank of a khan n. 1799, from khan + -ate (1).