[kom-uh n-dawr] /ˈkɒm ənˌdɔr/
noun, plural Komondors, Komondorok
[kom-uh n-dawr-uh k] /ˈkɒm ənˌdɔr ək/ (Show IPA)
one of a Hungarian breed of large dogs having a long, matted, white coat, used for herding sheep and as a watchdog.
a large powerful dog of an ancient Hungarian breed, originally used for sheep herding. It has a very long white coat that hangs in woolly or matted locks
[koh-muh s] /ˈkoʊ məs/ noun 1. . [koh-muh s] /ˈkoʊ məs/ noun 1. an ancient Greek and Roman god of drinking and revelry. /ˈkəʊməs/ noun 1. (in late Roman mythology) a god of revelry n. Greek god of joy and revelry, from Latin, from Greek komos “revel, merrymaking” (see comedy).
language An early system on the IBM 701. Versions: KOMPILER 2 for IBM 701, KOMPILER 3 for IBM 704. [Listed in CACM 2(5):16, May 1959]. (2005-06-20)
[kom-suh-mawl, kom-suh-mawl] /ˌkɒm səˈmɔl, ˈkɒm səˌmɔl/ noun, (formerly) 1. a communist organization in the Soviet Union for youths 16 years of age and older. 2. a member of this organization. Compare (def 2), (def 6). /ˌkɒmsəˈmɒl; ˈkɒmsəˌmɒl; Russian kəmsaˈmɔl/ noun 1. (formerly) the youth association of the Soviet Union for 14- to 26-year-olds n. Russian […]
[kom-suh-mawlsk; Russian kuh m-suh-mawlsk] /ˌkɒm səˈmɔlsk; Russian kəm sʌˈmɔlsk/ noun 1. a city in the E Russian Federation in Asia, on the Amur River. /Russian kəmsaˈmɔljsk/ noun 1. an industrial city in W Russia, on the Amur River: built by members of the Komsomol (Communist youth league) in 1932. Pop: 275 000 (2005 est)