[kop-uh] /ˈkɒp ə/
a letter (, ) of some early Greek alphabets, occurring between pi and rho and equivalent to Latin Q: later superseded by kappa except for its use as a numeral for 90.
a consonantal letter in the Greek alphabet pronounced like kappa (K) with the point of articulation further back in the throat. It became obsolete in classical (Attic) Greek orthography, but was passed on to the Romans who incorporated it into their alphabet as Q
[kawr, kohr] /kɔr, koʊr/ noun 1. 2 .
/ˈkɔːrə/ noun 1. a West African instrument with twenty-one strings, combining features of the harp and the lute
[kuh-rah-jee] /kəˈrɑ dʒi/ noun, Australian. 1. .
[kawr-uh, kohr-uh] /ˈkɔr ə, ˈkoʊr ə/ noun 1. a Levite who led a rebellion against Moses and Aaron. Num. 16. ice, hail. (1.) The third son of Esau, by Aholibamah (Gen. 36:14; 1 Chr. 1:35). (2.) A Levite, the son of Izhar, the brother of Amram, the father of Moses and Aaron (Ex. 6:21). The […]