[oo-tah-mah-raw; English oo-tuh-mahr-oh] /ˈu tɑˈmɑ rɔ; English ˌu təˈmɑr oʊ/
[kee-tah-gah-wah] /ˈki tɑˈgɑ wɑ/ (Show IPA), 1753–1806, Japanese painter, draftsman, and designer of prints.
Kitagawa (ˌkiːtəˈɡɑːwə), original name Kitagawa Nebsuyoshi. 1753–1806, Japanese master of wood-block prints, of the ukiyo-e school; noted esp for his portraits of women
/ˈkaɪteɪ/ noun 1. R. B. 1932–2007, US painter working in Britain, noted for such large figurative works as If Not, Not (1976)
[kee-tah-kyoo-shoo; English ki-tah-kee-oo-shoo] /kiˈtɑˈkyu ʃʊ; English kɪˌtɑ kiˈu ʃu/ noun 1. a seaport on N Kyushu, in S Japan: formed in 1963 by the merger of five cities (Kokura, Moji, Tobata, Wakamatsu, and Yawata) /ˌkiːtəˈkjuːʃuː/ noun 1. a port in Japan, on N Kyushu: formed by the amalgamation of the cities of Wakamatsu, Yawata, Tobata, […]
[kee-tah-sah-taw] /ˈki tɑˈsɑ tɔ/ noun 1. Shibasaburo [shee-bah-sah-boo-raw] /ʃiˈbɑ sɑˈbu rɔ/ (Show IPA), 1852–1931, Japanese bacteriologist. Kitasato Ki·ta·sa·to (kē’tä-zä’tō), Shibasaburo. 1852-1931. Japanese bacteriologist. Among his achievements are the isolation (1889) of the causative bacillus of tetanus, the development of vaccines to protect against tetanus and anthrax, and the isolation (1894) of the bacillus of bubonic […]
[kit-uh m-bil-uh] /ˌkɪt əmˈbɪl ə/ noun 1. . [kit-uh m-bil-uh] /ˌkɪt əmˈbɪl ə/ noun 1. a shrub or small tree, Dovyalis hebecarpa, of India and Sri Lanka, having velvety, maroon-purple fruit.