a call or chant of welcome, sung by a female elder
(intransitive) to perform a karanga
[kuh-rang-kuh-wah, -waw, -wuh] /kəˈræŋ kəˌwɑ, -ˌwɔ, -wə/ noun, plural Karankawas (especially collectively) Karankawa for 1. 1. a member of an extinct tribe of North American Indians who lived in southeastern Texas until the mid 19th century. 2. the language of the Karankawa.
[kar-ee-oh-kee] /ˌkær iˈoʊ ki/ noun 1. an act of singing along to a music video, especially one from which the original vocals have been electronically eliminated. /ˌkɑːrəˈəʊkɪ/ noun 1. n. 1979, Japanese, from kara “empty” + oke “orchestra,” shortened form of okesutora, which is a Japanization of English orchestra.
[kahr-uh; Russian kah-ruh] /ˈkɑr ə; Russian ˈkɑ rə/ noun 1. an arm of the Arctic Ocean between Novaya Zemlya and the N Russian Federation. /ˈkɑːrə/ noun 1. a shallow arm of the Arctic Ocean off the N coast of Russia: ice-free for about three months of the year
[kar-uh t] /ˈkær ət/ noun 1. a unit for measuring the fineness of gold, pure gold being 24 karats fine. Abbreviation: k., kt. /ˈkærət/ noun 1. (US & Canadian) a measure of the proportion of gold in an alloy, expressed as the number of parts of gold in 24 parts of the alloy Also spelt […]