[koo ng, goo ng] /kʊŋ, gʊŋ/
H. H (K’ung Hsiang-hsi; Kong Xiangxi) 1881–1967, Chinese financier and statesman.
Prince, 1833–98, Chinese statesman of the late Ch’ing dynasty.
[koo ng] /kʊŋ/
noun, plural Kungs (especially collectively) Kung.
a member of a San people of the Kalahari desert basin of southern Africa.
[koo ng; German kyng] /kʊŋ; German küŋ/
Hans, born 1928, Swiss Roman Catholic theologian and writer: critic of papal authority.
Hans. born 1928, Swiss Roman Catholic theologian, who questioned the doctrine of infallibility: his licence to teach was withdrawn in 1979. His books include Global Responsibility (1991)
[kuhng foo, koo ng] /ˈkʌŋ ˈfu, ˈkʊŋ/ noun 1. an ancient Chinese method of self-defense by striking blows at vulnerable areas of an attacker’s body using fluid movements of the hands and legs. /ˈkʌŋ ˈfuː/ noun 1. any of various Chinese martial arts, some focusing on unarmed combat, others involving the use of weapons n. […]
- Kung pao
noun a Szechwan dish of marinated chicken stir-fried with peanuts, chiles, etc. Usage Note cooking
/ˈkʊnɡʊə/ noun 1. a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for Kongur Shan
[kyoo-nits] /ˈkyu nɪts/ noun 1. Stanley, 1905–2006, U.S. poet and translator: U.S. poet laureate 2000–01.