[kawn-stahnts] /ˈkɔn stɑnts/
German name of .
the German name for Constance
[kawn-tah-kee-awn; English kuh n-tey-kee-on] /kɔnˈtɑ ki ɔn; English kənˈteɪ kiˌɒn/ noun, plural kontakia [kawn-tah-kee-ah; English kuh n-tey-kee-uh] /kɔnˈtɑ ki ɑ; English kənˈteɪ ki ə/ (Show IPA). Greek Orthodox Church. 1. a short hymn honoring a saint.
[kawn-yah, kawn-yah] /ˈkɔn yɑ, kɔnˈyɑ/ noun 1. a city in S Turkey, S of Ankara. /ˈkɔːnjɑː/ noun 1. a city in SW central Turkey: in ancient times a Phrygian city and capital of Lycaonia. Pop: 883 000 (2005 est) Ancient name Iconium
[koo] /ku/ noun 1. (Vi Kyuin) Wellington [wee gyin] /ˈwi ˈgyɪn/ (Show IPA), (Ku Wei-chün; Gu Weijun) 1887–1985, Chinese diplomat and statesman.
[koo-bee fawr-uh] /ˈku bi ˈfɔr ə/ noun 1. an archaeological locality on the northeastern side of Lake Rudolf, in northern Kenya, yielding important early hominid fossils and some of the oldest hominid areas with stone tools, bone food waste, and possible evidence of fire use, dating from one to two million years ago.