(Canadian) a variety of rainbow trout found in Canadian lakes
/German ˈkamərər/ noun 1. Paul. 1880–1926, Austrian zoologist: noted for his controversial experiments, esp with the midwife toad, apparently demonstrating the inheritance of acquired characteristics. Accused of fraud, he committed suicide
/kɑːməʊkɑːməʊ/ noun (pl) kamokamo 1. a New Zealand marrow of the family Cucurbitaceae Also called kumikumi
[kahm-pah-luh, kam-] /kɑmˈpɑ lə, kæm-/ noun 1. a city in and the capital of Uganda, in the S part. [yoo-gan-duh, oo-gahn‐] /yuˈgæn də, uˈgɑn‐/ noun 1. an independent state in E Africa, between the NE Democratic Republic of the Congo and Kenya: member of the Commonwealth of Nations; formerly a British protectorate. 91,065 sq. mi. […]
[kahm-pawng, -pong, kahm-pawng, -pong] /ˈkɑm pɔŋ, -pɒŋ, kɑmˈpɔŋ, -ˈpɒŋ/ noun 1. a small village or community of houses in Malay-speaking lands. /ˈkæmpɒŋ; kæmˈpɒŋ/ noun 1. (in Malaysia) a village
[kam-poo-chee-uh] /ˌkæm puˈtʃi ə/ noun 1. People’s Republic of, a former official name of . /ˌkæmpʊˈtʃɪə/ noun 1. the name (1976–89) of Cambodia name taken by Cambodia after the communist takeover in 1975, representing a local pronunciation of the name that came into English as Cambodia.