[koo n-ming] /ˈkʊnˈmɪŋ/
noun, Pinyin, Wade-Giles.
a city in and the capital of Yunnan province, in S China: an important transshipment point on the Burma Road in World War II.
[yoo-nan, -nahn; Chinese yyn-nahn] /yʊˈnæn, -ˈnɑn; Chinese ˈyünˈnɑn/
a province in S China. 168,417 sq. mi. (436,200 sq. km).
former name of .
a city in SW China, capital of Yunnan province, near Lake Tien: important during World War II as a Chinese military centre, American air base, and transport terminus for the Burma Road; Yunnan University (1934). Pop: 1 748 000 (2005 est)
a province of SW China: consists mainly of a plateau broken in the southeast by the Red and Black Rivers, with mountains in the west, rising over 5500 m (18 000 ft); large deposits of tin, lead, zinc, and coal. Capital: Kunming. Pop: 43 760 000 (2003 est). Area: 436 200 sq km (168 400 sq miles)
[koo n-sahn] /ˈkʊnˈsɑn/ noun 1. a seaport in W South Korea.
[German koo nst-leet] /German ˈkʊnstˌlit/ noun, plural Kunstlieder [German koo nst-lee-duh r] /German ˈkʊnstˌli dər/ (Show IPA) 1. an art song, especially as distinguished from a folk song.
[koo n-suh-voh; Russian koon-tsi-vuh] /ˈkʊn səˌvoʊ; Russian ˈkun tsɪ və/ noun 1. a former city in the W Russian Federation in Europe, incorporated into Moscow 1962.
[koo nts-ahyt] /ˈkʊnts aɪt/ noun, Mineralogy. 1. a transparent lilac-colored variety of spodumene, used as a gem. /ˈkʊntsaɪt/ noun 1. a pink-coloured transparent variety of the mineral spodumene: a gemstone