the title of the Turkish viceroys in Egypt from 1867 to 1914.
the viceroy of Egypt under Ottoman suzerainty (1867–1914)
Turkish viceroy of Egypt, 1867, from French khédive, from Turkish khidiv, from Persian khidiw “prince,” derivative of khuda “master, prince,” from Old Persian khvadata- “lord,” from compound *khvat-data-, literally “created from oneself,” from khvat- (from PIE *swe-tos “from oneself,” ablative of root *s(w)e-; see idiom) + data- “created.”
[kuh-laht] /kəˈlɑt/ noun 1. . [kuh-laht] /kəˈlɑt/ noun 1. a region in S Baluchistan, in SW Pakistan. /kəˈlɑːt/ noun 1. a variant spelling of Kalat /kəˈlɑːt/ noun 1. a region of SW Pakistan, in S Baluchistan: formerly a princely state ruled by the Khan of Kalat, which joined Pakistan in 1948
[ker-sawn; Russian khyir-sawn] /kɛrˈsɔn; Russian xyɪrˈsɔn/ noun 1. a port in S Ukraine, on the Dnieper River, on the Black Sea. /Russian xɪrˈsɔn/ noun 1. a port in S Ukraine on the Dnieper River near the Black Sea: shipyards. Pop: 320 000 (2005 est)
khi (kī) n. Variant of chi.
[kid-muh t-gahr] /ˈkɪd mətˌgɑr/ noun 1. (in India) a waiter.