[ki-zahng-gah-nee, kee-sahng-gah-] /kɪˈzɑŋ gɑ ni, ˌki sɑŋˈgɑ-/
a city in the N Democratic Republic of the Congo, on the Congo (Zaire) River.
a city in the N Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Zaïre), at the head of navigation of the River Congo below Boyoma Falls (Stanley Falls): Université Libre du Congo (1963). Pop: 475 000 (2005 est) Former name (until 1966) Stanleyville
[ki-sel-yawfsk; Russian kyi-syi-lyawfsk] /kɪˈsɛl yɔfsk; Russian kyɪ syɪˈlyɔfsk/ noun 1. a city in the S Russian Federation in Asia.
[kee-set-luh] /kiˈsɛt lə/ noun 1. a pidgin language based on Swahili, formerly used for communication between Europeans and Africans.
[kish] /kɪʃ/ noun, Metallurgy. 1. a mixture of graphite and slag separated from and floating on the surface of molten pig iron or cast iron as it cools. 2. dross on the surface of molten lead. [kish] /kɪʃ/ noun 1. an ancient Sumerian and Akkadian city: its site is 8 miles (13 km) east of […]
[kee-shee] /ˈki ʃi/ noun 1. Nobusuke [naw-boo-soo-ke] /ˌnɔ bʊˈsu kɛ/ (Show IPA), 1896–1987, Japanese statesman: premier 1958–60.