[kawr-yak] /ˈkɔr yæk/
noun, plural Koryaks (especially collectively) Koryak for 1.
a member of a Paleo-Asiatic people of northeastern Siberia.
the Chukotian language of the Koryak people, closely related to Chukchi.
[kohs] /koʊs/ noun, plural kos. (in India) 1. a unit of land distance of various lengths from 1 to 3 miles (1.6 to 4.8 km). [kos, kaws] /kɒs, kɔs/ noun 1. one of the Greek Dodecanese Islands in the SE Aegean Sea, off the SW coast of Turkey. 111 sq. mi. (287 sq. km). [noun […]
[kos-kee-uhs-koh, kos-ee-; for 1 also Polish kawsh-choo sh-kaw] /ˌkɒs kiˈʌs koʊ, ˌkɒs i-; for 1 also Polish kɔʃˈtʃʊʃ kɔ/ noun 1. Thaddeus (Tadeusz Andrzej Bonawentura Kościuszko) 1746–1817, Polish patriot: general in the American Revolutionary army. 2. Mount, the highest mountain in Australia, in SE New South Wales. 7316 feet (2230 meters). /ˌkɒsɪˈʌskəʊ/ noun 1. Thaddeus, […]
/ˌkɒsɪˈʌskəʊ/ noun 1. Mount Kosciuszko, a mountain in Australia, in SE New South Wales in the Australian Alps: the highest peak in Australia. Height: 2230 m (7316 ft)
[kos, kaws] /kɒs, kɔs/ noun 1. one of the Greek Dodecanese Islands in the SE Aegean Sea, off the SW coast of Turkey. 111 sq. mi. (287 sq. km). /kəʊs/ noun (pl) kos 1. an Indian unit of distance having different values in different localities. It is usually between 1 and 3 miles or 1 […]