[koh-mee] /ˈkoʊ mi/
noun, plural Komis (especially collectively) Komi for 1.
a member of a Uralic people of northeastern European Russia.
the Permic language of the Komi.
(pl) Komi, Komis. a member of a Finno-Ugric people living chiefly in the Komi Republic, in the NW Urals
the Finno-Ugric language of this people; Zyrian
[koh-mee] /ˈkoʊ mi/ noun 1. an autonomous republic in the NW Russian Federation in Europe. 145,221 sq. mi. (376,122 sq. km). Capital: Syktyvkar.
[kom-in-turn, kom-in-turn] /ˈkɒm ɪnˌtɜrn, ˌkɒm ɪnˈtɜrn/ noun 1. . [kom-in-turn, kom-in-turn] /ˈkɒm ɪnˌtɜrn, ˌkɒm ɪnˈtɜrn/ noun 1. . /ˈkɒmɪnˌtɜːn/ noun 1. short for Communist International: an international Communist organization founded by Lenin in Moscow in 1919 and dissolved in 1943; it degenerated under Stalin into an instrument of Soviet politics Also called Third International n. […]
- Komi republic
/ˈkəʊmɪ/ noun 1. a constituent republic of NW Russia: annexed by the princes of Moscow in the 14th century. Capital: Syktyvkar. Pop: 1 019 000 (2002). Area: 415 900 sq km (160 540 sq miles)
[kuh-moo-nahrsk] /kə muˈnɑrsk/ noun 1. a city in E Ukraine. /Russian kəmuˈnarsk/ noun 1. the former name (until 1992) of Alchevsk