a type of ornamental Māori art that uses elaborate scroll patterns
[kou-loon] /ˈkaʊˈlun/ noun, Older Spelling. 1. a peninsula in SE China, opposite Hong Kong island: a part of the Hong Kong colony. 3 sq. mi. (7.8 sq. km). 2. a seaport on this peninsula. /ˈkaʊˈluːn/ noun 1. a peninsula of SE China, opposite Hong Kong Island: part of the former British colony of Hong Kong. […]
[kou-tou, -tou, koh-] /ˈkaʊˈtaʊ, -ˌtaʊ, ˈkoʊ-/ verb (used without object) 1. to act in an obsequious manner; show servile deference. 2. to touch the forehead to the ground while kneeling, as an act of worship, reverence, apology, etc., especially in former Chinese custom. noun 3. the act of kowtowing. /ˌkaʊˈtaʊ/ verb (intransitive) 1. to touch […]
[koi-yoo-kon, kah-] /ˌkɔɪ yuˈkɒn, ˌkɑ-/ noun 1. a member of a North American Indian people living in the Yukon River valley in west-central Alaska. 2. the Athabaskan language of the Koyukon.
thorn. (1.) A descendant of Judah. 1 Chr. 4:8, “Coz;” R.V., “Hakkoz.” (2.) A priest, the head of the seventh division of the priests (Ezra 2:61; Neh. 3:4, 21; 7:63). In 1 Chr. 24:10 the word has the article prefixed, and it is taken as a part of the word “Hakkoz.”