[koh-mat-ik] /koʊˈmæt ɪk/
an Eskimo sled made by binding crossbars to wooden runners with rawhide.
a sledge having wooden runners and crossbars bound with rawhide, used by the Inuit and other related peoples
[kohm-boo] /ˈkoʊm bu/ noun 1. a brown Japanese seaweed, sun-dried before use in sushi, stocks, etc. /ˈkɒmbuː/ noun 1. a dark brown seaweed of the genus Laminaria (class Phaeophyceae) the leaves of which are dried and used esp in Japanese cookery
[kawm-boo-chah, kuh m-boo-chuh] /kɔmˈbu tʃɑ, kəmˈbu tʃə/ noun 1. Also called kombucha mushroom. a live culture of multiple species of yeast and bacteria, grown to make a mildly alcoholic fermented beverage. 2. Also called kombucha tea, kombucha mushroom tea. the fermented beverage, made by adding kombucha to sweetened tea.
[Czech kaw-men-skee] /Czech ˈkɔ mɛn ski/ noun 1. Jan Amos [Czech yahn ah-maws] /Czech yɑn ˈɑ mɔs/ (Show IPA), .
[koh-mee] /ˈkoʊ mi/ noun, plural Komis (especially collectively) Komi for 1. 1. a member of a Uralic people of northeastern European Russia. 2. the Permic language of the Komi. /ˈkəʊmɪ/ noun 1. (pl) Komi, Komis. a member of a Finno-Ugric people living chiefly in the Komi Republic, in the NW Urals 2. the Finno-Ugric language […]