[keersh-ner, keerk-; German keerkh-nuh r] /ˈkɪərʃ nər, ˈkɪərk-; German ˈkirx nər/
Ernst Ludwig, 1880–1938, German expressionist artist.
Ernst Ludwig. 1880–1938, German expressionist painter and printmaker; a founder of the group die Brücke (1905)
[kir-geez; Russian kyir-gyees] /kɪrˈgiz; Russian kyɪrˈgyis/ noun, plural Kirghizes (especially collectively) Kirghiz for 1. 1. a member of a formerly nomadic people dwelling chiefly in Kirghizia (Kyrgyzstan). 2. the Turkic language of the Kirghiz. /ˈkɜːɡɪz/ noun 1. a variant spelling of Kyrgyz
[kir-gee-zhuh, -zhee-uh, -zee-uh; Russian kyir-gyee-zyi-yuh] /kɪrˈgi ʒə, -ʒi ə, -zi ə; Russian kyɪrˈgyi zyɪ yə/ noun 1. a republic in central Asia, S of Kazakhstan and N of Tadzhikistan (Tajikistan). 76,460 sq. mi. (198,500 sq. km). Capital: Bishkek. /kɜːˈɡɪzɪə/ noun 1. the former Russian name for Kyrgyzstan
noun 1. a steppe in Kazakhstan. noun 1. a variant spelling of Kyrgyz Steppe
built fortress, a city and fortress of Moab, the modern Kerak, a small town on the brow of a steep hill about 6 miles from Rabbath-Moab and 10 miles from the Dead Sea; called also Kir-haresh, Kir-hareseth, Kir-heres (Isa. 16:7, 11; Jer. 48:31, 36). After the death of Ahab, Mesha, king of Moab (see MOABITE […]