[kuhm-kwot] /ˈkʌm kwɒt/
a small, round or oblong citrus fruit having a sweet rind and acid pulp, used chiefly for preserves.
any of several citrus shrubs of the genus Fortunella, native to China, that bear this fruit.
any of several small Chinese trees of the rutaceous genus Fortunella
the small round orange fruit of such a tree, with a sweet rind, used in preserves and confections
1690s, from Chinese (Cantonese) kamkwat, from kam “golden” + kwat “orange.” Cantonese dialectal form of Chinese kin-ku.
[koo-nuh] /ˈku nə/ noun, plural kuna, kune. 1. the basic monetary unit of Croatia, equal to 100 lipa. /ˈkuːnə/ noun (pl) -ne (-nɪ) 1. the standard monetary unit of Croatia, divided into 100 lipa
[koo n-dl-ee-nee] /ˌkʊn dlˈi ni/ noun, Hinduism. 1. the vital force lying dormant within one until activated by the practice of yoga, which leads one toward spiritual power and eventual salvation. /ˈkʊndəˌliːnɪ/ noun 1. (sometimes capital) (in yoga) the life force that resides at the base of the spine
[koo n-der-uh; Czech koo n-de-rah] /kʊnˈdɛr ə; Czech ˈkʊn dɛ rɑ/ noun 1. Milan, born 1929, Czech-born novelist resident in France. /ˈkʌndərə/ noun 1. Milan. born 1929, Czech novelist living in France. His novels include The Book of Laughter and Forgetting (1979), The Unbearable Lightness of Being (1984), and Ignorance (2002)
[koo nt] /kʊnt/ noun, Physics. 1. a gas-filled tube used to measure the speed of sound: when a membrane at one end is vibrated at a frequency that produces standing waves, a layer of powder forms lumps at the nodes.