a member of a nomadic Muslim people living mainly in Kazakhstan.
the Turkic language of the Kazakh people.
(pl) -zakhs, -zaks. a member of a traditionally Muslim Mongoloid people of Kazakhstan
the language of this people, belonging to the Turkic branch of the Altaic family
[kah-zahk-stahn] /ˌkɑ zɑkˈstɑn/ noun 1. a republic in central Asia, NE of the Caspian Sea and W of China. 1,049,155 sq. mi. (2,717,311 sq. km). Capital: Akmola. /ˌkɑːzɑːkˈstæn; -ˈstɑːn/ noun 1. a republic in central Asia: conquered by Mongols in the 13th century; came under Russian control in the 18th and 19th centuries; was a […]
[kuh-zan for 1, 3; for 1 also kuh-zahn; for 2 also Russian kuh-zahn] /kəˈzæn for 1, 3; for 1 also kəˈzɑn; for 2 also Russian kʌˈzɑn/ noun 1. Elia [ih-lahy-uh,, eel-yuh] /ɪˈlaɪ ə,, ˈil yə/ (Show IPA), 1909–2003, U.S. film and stage director and novelist, born in Turkey. 2. a city in and capital of […]
[kaz-uh n-zak-is, kah-zuh n-zah-kis; Greek kah-zahn-dzah-kees] /ˌkæz ənˈzæk ɪs, ˌkɑ zənˈzɑ kɪs; Greek ˌkɑ zɑnˈdzɑ kis/ noun 1. Nikos [nee-kaws] /ˈni kɔs/ (Show IPA), 1883–1957, Greek poet and novelist. /Greek kazanˈdzakis/ noun 1. Nikos (ˈnikɔs). 1885–1957, Greek novelist, poet, and dramatist, noted esp for his novels Zorba the Greek (1946) and Christ Recrucified (1954) and […]
[kuh-zah-chawk] /kə zɑˈtʃɔk/ noun, plural kazachki [kuh-zahch-kee] /kə zɑtʃˈki/ (Show IPA) 1. a lively, Slavic folk dance for a solo male dancer, marked especially by the prisiadka. [kuh-zaht-skee] /kəˈzɑt ski/ noun, plural kazatskies. 1. . /ˌkɑːzəˈtʃɒk/ noun 1. a Russian folk dance in which the performer executes high kicks from a squatting position