[kahn-tee, khahn-] /ˈkɑn ti, ˈxɑn-/
noun, plural Khanties (especially collectively) Khanty for 1.
a member of a Uralic people now living in scattered settlements along the river Ob and its tributaries in Siberia, and known from historical records to have lived in northern European Russia.
the Ugric language of the Khanty, consisting of a number of highly divergent dialects.
[kah-pruh, kap-ruh] /ˈkɑ prə, ˈkæp rə/ noun 1. a tiny cosmopolitan beetle, Trogoderma granarium, that is a pest of stored grain and other dried organic matter.
[kuh-reef] /kəˈrif/ noun 1. (in India) a crop sown in early summer for harvesting in the autumn. /kəˈriːf/ noun 1. (in Pakistan, India, etc) a crop that is harvested at the beginning of winter Compare rabi
[kahr-uh-jahyt] /ˈkɑr əˌdʒaɪt/ noun, Islam. 1. a member of an ultraconservative, sometimes fanatical, sect emphasizing the importance of strict adherence to Muslim principles of conduct, and advocating the killing of anyone seriously violating those principles.
[kahr-kawf, -kof; Russian khahr-kuh f] /ˈkɑr kɔf, -kɒf; Russian ˈxɑr kəf/ noun 1. a city in NE Ukraine: former capital of Ukraine. /Russian ˈxarjkəf/ noun 1. a city in E Ukraine: capital of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic (1917–34); university (1805). Pop: 1 436 000 (2005 est)