[klah-ber-yahs] /ˈklɑ bərˌyɑs/
a card game played with a 32-card pack, made by removing all cards below the sevens from a regular 52-card pack, in which scoring values are assigned to certain cards taken in tricks, to sequences in the same suit, to the king and queen of trumps, and to the last trick.
[klah-guh n-foo rt] /ˈklɑ gənˌfʊərt/ noun 1. a city in S Austria. [kuh-rin-thee-uh] /kəˈrɪn θi ə/ noun 1. a province in S Austria. 3681 sq. mi. (9535 sq. km). Capital: Klagenfurt. /German ˈklaːɡənfʊrt/ noun 1. a city in S Austria, capital of Carinthia province: tourist centre. Pop: 90 141 (2001) /kəˈrɪnθɪə/ noun 1. a state […]
[klahy-pe-dah; English klahy-pi-duh] /ˈklaɪ pɛ dɑ; English ˈklaɪ pɪ də/ noun 1. a seaport in NW Lithuania, on the Baltic. 2. a former German territory including this seaport: now a part of Lithuania. 1092 sq. mi. (2828 sq. km). /Russian ˈklajpɪdə/ noun 1. a port in Lithuania on the Baltic: shipbuilding and fish canning. Pop: […]
[klam-uh th] /ˈklæm əθ/ noun 1. a river flowing from SW Oregon through NW California into the Pacific. 250 miles (405 km) long. [klam-uh th] /ˈklæm əθ/ noun, plural Klamaths (especially collectively) Klamath. 1. a member of an American Indian people belonging to the Lutuamian group and located in southern Oregon. processor The pre-release “code […]
noun 1. a city in SW Oregon.