[kwahn-zuh] /ˈkwɑn zə/
noun, plural Kwanzaas.
a harvest festival celebrated from Dec. 26th until Jan. 1st in some African-American communities.
a seven-day festival beginning on Dec 26 when African-Americans celebrate family, community, and culture
- Kwanzaa or kwanza
Kwanzaa or Kwanza [(kwahn-zuh)] A festival, observed by many African-Americans from December 26 to January 1, that celebrates the rich heritage of black culture.
/ˈkwɑːrə/ noun 1. a state of W Nigeria: mainly wooded savanna. Capital: Ilorin. Pop: 2 371 089 (2006). Area: 36 825 sq km (14 218 sq miles)
[kwahr-chuh, -tyuh] /ˈkwɑr tʃə, -tyə/ noun 1. a silver 25-cent piece of the Netherlands.
[kwah-shee-awr-kawr, -ker] /ˌkwɑ ʃiˈɔr kɔr, -kər/ noun, Pathology. 1. a malnutrition disease, chiefly of children, caused by severe protein and vitamin deficiency and characterized by retarded growth, changes in pigmentation, potbelly, and anemia. /ˌkwæʃɪˈɔːkə/ noun 1. severe malnutrition of infants and young children, esp soon after weaning, resulting from dietary deficiency of protein n. 1935, […]