noun, plural Khoikhois (especially collectively) Khoikhoi for 1.
a member of a pastoral people, physically and linguistically akin to the San, who inhabited Cape Province, South Africa, in the 17th century and now live mainly in Namibia.
the Khoisan language of the Khoikhoi.
a member of a race of people of Southern Africa, of short stature and a dark yellowish-brown complexion, who formerly occupied the region near the Cape of Good Hope and are now almost extinct
any of the languages of this people, belonging to the Khoisan family
[koi-sahn] /ˈkɔɪ sɑn/ noun 1. a family of languages found chiefly in southern Africa and including the languages of the San and the Khoikhoi. adjective 2. of or belonging to Khoisan. /ˈkɔɪsɑːn; kɔɪˈsɑːn/ noun 1. a family of languages spoken in southern Africa by the Khoikhoi and Bushmen and by two small groups in Tanzania. […]
[koh-juh] /ˈkoʊ dʒə/ noun 1. a teacher in a Muslim school. 2. (initial capital letter) a member of a subsect of the Muslims in India.
[kond] /kɒnd/ noun 1. a member of an outcaste Dravidian people of the state of Orissa in eastern India.
noun, Music. 1. (in notation) the group of sharps or flats placed after the clef to indicate the tonality of the music following. noun 1. (music) a group of sharps or flats appearing at the beginning of each stave line to indicate the key in which a piece, section, etc, is to be performed