[kaf-rey, kahf-] /ˈkæf reɪ, ˈkɑf-/
(Chephren) flourished late 26th century b.c, Egyptian king of the fourth dynasty (son of Cheops): builder of second pyramid at El Giza.
Greek name Chephren. king of Egypt (c. 2550 bc) of the 4th dynasty. He built the second pyramid and is thought to have built the Sphinx at Giza
[kahy-ber] /ˈkaɪ bər/ noun 1. .
[kuh-kahs, khuh-] /kəˈkɑs, xə-/ noun, plural Khakasses (especially collectively) Khakass for 1. 1. a member of a group of peoples living mainly in the Khakass Autonomous Region. 2. the Turkic language of the Khakass peoples.
noun 1. an autonomous region in the Russian Federation, in S Siberia. 19,161 sq. mi. (49,627 sq. km). Capital: Abakan.
- Khakass republic
/kəˈkæs/ noun 1. a constituent republic of S central Russia, formerly in Krasnoyarsk Territory: formed in 1930. Capital: Abakan. Pop: 546 100 (2002). Area: 61 900 sq km (23 855 sq miles) Also called (Russian) Khakassia (kəˈkæsɪə; xəˈkasɪjə)