[kee-vuh; Russian khyi-vah] /ˈki və; Russian xyɪˈvɑ/
a former Asian khanate along the Amu Darya River, S of the Aral Sea: now divided between Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan.
a former khanate of W Asia, on the Amu Darya River: divided between the former Uzbek and Turkmen Soviet Socialist Republics in 1924
[klist] /klɪst/ noun, plural Khlysty [kli-stee] /klɪˈsti/ (Show IPA), Khlysts. 1. a member of a rigorously ascetic Russian sect originating in the 17th century and believing that each successive leader of the sect was an incarnation of Christ.
[kmel-nit-skee; Russian khmyil-nyeet-skyee] /kmɛlˈnɪt ski; Russian xmyɪlˈnyit skyi/ noun 1. a city in W Ukraine, SW of Kiev.
[kmair, kuh-mair] /kmɛər, kəˈmɛər/ noun 1. a member of a people in Cambodia whose ancestors established an empire about the 5th century a.d. and who reached their zenith during the 9th to the 12th centuries when they dominated most of Indochina. 2. an Austroasiatic language that is the official language of Cambodia. /kmɛə; kmɜː/ noun […]
noun 1. a former official name of . noun 1. the former official name (1970–76) of Cambodia