[kœ-nikhs-berk; English key-nigz-burg] /ˈkœ nɪxsˌbɛrk; English ˈkeɪ nɪgzˌbɜrg/
German name of .
a former province in NE Germany: an enclave separated from Germany by the Polish Corridor; now divided between Poland and the Russian Federation. 14,283 sq. mi. (36,993 sq. km).
a former province of NE Germany on the Baltic Sea: separated in 1919 from the rest of Germany by the Polish Corridor and Danzig: in 1945 Poland received the south part, the Soviet Union the north German name Ostpreussen (ostˈprɔysən)
/ˈkɜːnɪɡzˌbɜːɡ; German ˈkøːnɪçsbɛrk/
the former name (until 1946) of Kaliningrad
noun 1. a mathematical problem in graph theory, solved by Leonhard Euler, to show that it is impossible to cross all seven bridges of the Prussian city of Königsberg in a continuous path without recrossing any bridge.
[kœ-nikhs-hy-tuh] /ˈkœ nɪxsˌhü tə/ noun 1. German name of . /ˈkøːnɪçshytə/ noun 1. the German name for Chorzów
[koh-nim-i-ter] /koʊˈnɪm ɪ tər/ noun 1. an instrument for measuring the amount of dust in the air. /kəʊˈnɪmɪtə/ noun 1. a device for measuring airborne dust concentration in which samples are obtained by sucking the air through a hole and allowing it to pass over a glass plate coated with grease on which the particles […]
/ˈkɒniːniː/ noun (pl) konini 1. the edible dark purple berry of the kotukutuku (tree fuchsia)