[koi-yoo-kon, kah-] /ˌkɔɪ yuˈkɒn, ˌkɑ-/
a member of a North American Indian people living in the Yukon River valley in west-central Alaska.
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.”
[kaw-zah-nee] /kɔˈzɑ ni/ noun 1. a city in central Greece.
[koh-zhi-kohd] /ˈkoʊ ʒɪˌkoʊd/ noun 1. a city in W Kerala, in SW India. /ˌkəʊʒɪˈkəʊd/ noun 1. a port in SW India, in W Kerala on the Malabar coast: important European trading post (1511–1765): formerly calico-manufacturing. Pop: 436 527 (2001) Also called Calicut
[koz-lawf, -lof; Russian kuh-zlawf] /ˈkɒz lɔf, -lɒf; Russian kʌˈzlɔf/ noun 1. Frol R(omanovich) [frawl ruh-mah-nuh-vyich] /frɔl rʌˈmɑ nə vyɪtʃ/ (Show IPA), 1908–65, Russian government official. 2. former name of .