[kliz-mos] /ˈklɪz mɒs/
noun, plural klismoi
[kliz-moi] /ˈklɪz mɔɪ/ (Show IPA)
an ancient Greek chair, having a deep top rail curving forward from the back, and having legs curving upward and inward: imitated during various classical revivals, especially in the early 19th century.
[klis-ter] /ˈklɪs tər/ noun 1. a sticky wax for use on skis, as for slopes where the snow is excessively wet.
unit, programming Thousand (kilo-) Lines of code. (1995-03-12)
[klon-dahyk] /ˈklɒn daɪk/ noun 1. a region of the Yukon territory in NW Canada: gold rush 1897–98. 2. a river in this region, flowing into the Yukon. 90 miles (145 km) long. 3. (lowercase) Cards. a variety of solitaire. /ˈklɒndaɪk/ noun 1. a region of NW Canada, in the Yukon in the basin of the […]
- Klondike gold rush
A rush of thousands of people in the 1890s toward the Klondike gold mining district in northwestern Canada after gold was discovered there.