[koo-mah-see] /kʊˈmɑ si/
a city in and the capital of Ashanti district, in S Ghana.
[uh-shan-tee, uh-shahn-] /əˈʃæn ti, əˈʃɑn-/
noun, plural Ashantis (especially collectively) Ashanti for 2.
a former native kingdom and British colony in W Africa: now a region of Ghana. 9700 sq. mi. (25,123 sq. km).
a native or inhabitant of Ashanti.
the dialect of Akan spoken by the people of Ashanti.
a city in S Ghana: seat of Ashanti kings since 1663; university (1961); market town for a cocoa-producing region. Pop: 862 000 (2005 est)
an administrative region of central Ghana: former native kingdom, suppressed by the British in 1900 after four wars. Capital: Kumasi. Pop: 3 187 607 (2000). Area: 24 390 sq km (9417 sq miles)
(pl) -ti, -tis. a native or inhabitant of Ashanti
1705, Asiantines, one of the Akan people of central Ghana; native name.
[koo-mey-ree, ‐mey-ree] /kuˈmeɪ ri, ‐meɪˈri/ noun 1. . [gyoo m-ree, gyoo m-ree] /ˈgyʊm ri, gyʊmˈri/ noun 1. a city in NW Armenia. /Russian ˌkʊmaɪˈrɪ/ noun 1. a city in NW Armenia: textile centre. Pop: 144 000 (2005 est) Former names (1840–1924) Aleksandropol, (1924–91) Leninakan
/ˌkʊmbəˈlɔɪ/ plural noun 1. another name for worry beads
- Kumbh mela
/ˌkʊm ˈmeɪlə; ˌkʊm məˈlɑː/ noun 1. a Hindu festival held once every twelve years in one of four sacred sites, where bathing for purification from sin is considered especially efficacious
/kuːmiːkuːmiː/ noun (pl) kumikumi 1. another name for kamokamo