[kah-lah-ah-zahr, kah-luh-az-er] /ˌkɑ lɑ ɑˈzɑr, ˌkɑ ləˈæz ər/
a chronic, usually fatal disease occurring in tropical areas of Asia and the Western Hemisphere, characterized by irregular fever, enlargement of the spleen, anemia, and emaciation, caused by the protozoan Leishmania donovani.
a tropical infectious disease caused by the protozoan Leishmania donovani in the liver, spleen, etc, characterized by fever and weight loss; visceral leishmaniasis
kala-azar ka·la-a·zar (kä’lə-ə-zär’)
See visceral leishmaniasis.
noun See mancala
[kah-luh-hahr-ee, kal-uh-] /ˌkɑ ləˈhɑr i, ˌkæl ə-/ noun 1. a desert region in SW Africa, largely in Botswana. 100,000 sq. mi. (259,000 sq. km). /ˌkæləˈhɑːrɪ/ noun 1. the Kalahari, an extensive arid plateau of South Africa, Namibia, and Botswana. Area: 260 000 sq km (100 000 sq miles) Also known as the Kalahari Desert
[kuh-ley-is] /kəˈleɪ ɪs/ noun, Classical Mythology. 1. . [kuh-ley-is] /kəˈleɪ ɪs/ noun, Classical Mythology. 1. the winged son of Boreas the north wind. As Argonauts he and his brother Zetes chased away the Harpies. /ˈkæleɪ; French kalɛ/ noun 1. a port in N France, on the Strait of Dover: the nearest French port to England; […]
[kah-lahkh] /ˈkɑ lɑx/ noun 1. an ancient Assyrian city on the Tigris River, founded 1274 b.c. and destroyed by the Medes 612 b.c.: its ruins are at Nimrud near Mosul in northern Iraq.