[koo sh] /kʊʃ/
Polykarp [pol-i-kahrp;; German poh-ly-kahrp] /ˈpɒl ɪˌkɑrp;; German ˌpoʊ lüˈkɑrp/ (Show IPA), 1911–1993, U.S. physicist, born in Germany: Nobel Prize 1955.
[koo sh, kuhsh] /kʊʃ, kʌʃ/ noun 1. . [koo sh, kuhsh] /kʊʃ, kʌʃ/ noun 1. the eldest son of Ham. Gen. 10:6. 2. an area mentioned in the Bible, sometimes identified with Upper Egypt. 3. Kingdom of, an ancient African state in this area; part of the region of Nubia (1000 b.c.–a.d. 350). /kʌʃ; kʊʃ/ […]
[koo-sheer-oh; Japanese koo-shee-raw] /kuˈʃɪər oʊ; Japanese ˈku ʃi rɔ/ noun 1. a city in SE Hokkaido, Japan.
[kuh-shit-ik] /kəˈʃɪt ɪk/ noun 1. . [kuh-shit-ik] /kəˈʃɪt ɪk/ noun 1. a subfamily of the Afroasiatic family of languages, including Somali, Oromo, and other languages of Somalia and Ethiopia. adjective 2. of or relating to Cushitic. /kʊˈʃɪtɪk/ noun 1. a group of languages of Somalia, Ethiopia, NE Kenya, and adjacent regions: a subfamily within the […]
[kuhs-kuh-kwim] /ˈkʌs kə kwɪm/ noun 1. a river in SW Alaska, flowing SW to the Bering Sea. About 724 miles (1170 km) long. /ˈkʌskəˌkwɪm/ noun 1. a river in SW Alaska, rising in the Alaska Range and flowing generally southwest to Kuskokwim Bay an inlet of the Bering Sea. Length: about 970 km (600 miles)