[kawl-buh] /ˈkɔl bə/
[gey-awrk] /geɪˈɔrk/ (Show IPA), 1877–1947, German sculptor.
German chemist who was the first to synthesize an organic compound from inorganic materials (1843-45). He also developed an electrolytic procedure for the preparation of alkanes, and in 1859 synthesized salicylic acid from coal tar, which laid the foundation for the development of aspirin.
/Danish ˈkɔleŋ/ noun 1. a port in Denmark, in E Jutland at the head of Kolding Fjord (an inlet of the Little Belt). Pop: 54 941 (2004 est)
[kohlf, kolf] /koʊlf, kɒlf/ noun 1. Willem J(ohan) [wil-uh m yoh-hahn,, -han] /ˈwɪl əm ˈyoʊ hɑn,, -hæn/ (Show IPA), 1911–2010, U.S. physician and inventor, born in the Netherlands: developed the artificial kidney machine.
[koh-luh-poo r] /ˈkoʊ ləˌpʊər/ noun 1. a city in S Maharashtra, in SW India. /ˌkəʊlhɑːˈpʊə/ noun 1. a city in W India, in S Maharashtra: university (1963). Pop: 485 183 (2001)
plural noun 1. a group of former princely states in W India: incorporated into Bombay state in 1948; now part of Gujarat and Maharashtra states.