[koh-pek] /ˈkoʊ pɛk/
an aluminum-bronze coin of Russia, the Soviet Union, and its successor states, the 100th part of a ruble.
a monetary unit of Russia and Belarus worth one hundredth of a rouble: coins are still used as tokens for coin-operated machinery although the kopeck itself is virtually valueless
1/100 of a ruble, from Russian kopeika, from kop’e “lance” (cognate with Greek kopis “chopper, cleaver;” see hatchet); so called because the coin showed the czar with lance in hand.
[koh-peysk; Russian kuh-pyeysk] /koʊˈpeɪsk; Russian kʌˈpyeɪsk/ noun 1. a city in the SW Russian Federation in Asia, near the Urals. /Russian kaˈpjejsk/ noun 1. a city in SW central Russia, in Chelyabinsk province: lignite mining. Pop: 24 000 (2005 est) Former name Kopi (ˈkɔpi)
[kawpf-ring] /ˈkɔpfˌrɪŋ/ noun 1. a metal ring welded to the nose of a bomb to reduce its penetration in earth or water.
[kawf] /kɔf/ noun 1. the nineteenth letter of the Hebrew alphabet. 2. the uvular stop consonant sound represented by this letter. /kɒf/ noun 1. the 19th letter in the Hebrew alphabet (ק) transliterated as q, and pronounced as a velar or uvular stop
/ˈkəʊpɪkə/ noun 1. a monetary unit of Ukraine, worth one hundredth of a hryvna