[kuh-lahm-boh] /kəˈlɑm boʊ/
an archaeological site at the southeastern end of Lake Tanganyika, on the Zambia-Tanzania border, that has yielded one of the longest continuous cultural sequences in sub-Saharan Africa, beginning more than 100,000 years b.p. and characterized in the earliest levels by evidence of fire use and some simple wooden implements of Lower Paleolithic, or Acheulean, humans.
[kal-uh n-koh-ee, kuh-lang-koh-ee, kal-uh n-choh, kuh-lan-choh] /ˌkæl ənˈkoʊ i, kəˈlæŋ koʊ i, ˈkæl ənˌtʃoʊ, kəˈlæn tʃoʊ/ noun 1. any of several chiefly African and Asian succulent plants or shrubs belonging to the genus Kalanchoe, of the stonecrop family, having mostly opposite leaves and branching clusters of flowers. /ˌkælənˈkəʊɪ/ noun 1. any plant of the tropical […]
/ˌkəˈlæʃnɪˌkɒf/ noun 1. a Russian-made automatic rifle See also AK-47 n. type of rifle or submachine gun made in the U.S.S.R., 1968, from Russian Kalashnikov, weapon developed in Soviet Union c.1946 and named for Mikhail Kalashnikov, gun designer and part of the team that built it. In AK-47, the AK stands for Avtomat Kalashnikov.
[kuh-laht] /kəˈlɑt/ noun 1. a region in S Baluchistan, in SW Pakistan. /kəˈlɑːt/ noun 1. a region of SW Pakistan, in S Baluchistan: formerly a princely state ruled by the Khan of Kalat, which joined Pakistan in 1948
[kal-uh-thos] /ˈkæl əˌθɒs/ noun, plural kalathoi [kal-uh-thoi] /ˈkæl əˌθɔɪ/ (Show IPA). Greek and Roman Antiquity. 1. a fruit basket having a conventionalized shape of a lily, often used in ancient art as a symbol of fertility.