[kah-muh] /ˈkɑ mə/
[suh-ret-sey] /səˈrɛt seɪ/ (Show IPA), 1921–80, Botswanan political leader: president 1966–80.
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).
[kahn-duh] /ˈkɑn də/ noun 1. an Indian sword, having a broad, usually single-edged blade and a disklike pommel with a point. /ˈkʌːndə/ noun 1. a double-edged sword that appears as the emblem on the Sikh flag and is used in the Amrit ceremony to stir the amrit