[kmair, kuh-mair] /kmɛər, kəˈmɛər/
a member of a people in Cambodia whose ancestors established an empire about the 5th century a.d. and who reached their zenith during the 9th to the 12th centuries when they dominated most of Indochina.
an Austroasiatic language that is the official language of Cambodia.
a member of a people of Cambodia, noted for a civilization that flourished from about 800 ad to about 1370, remarkable for its architecture
the language of this people, belonging to the Mon-Khmer family: the official language of Cambodia
of or relating to this people or their language
1867, native name. Khmer Rouge, communist party of Cambodia, literally “Red Khmer,” is with French rouge (see rouge (n.)).
noun 1. a former official name of . noun 1. the former official name (1970–76) of Cambodia
[kmair roozh, kuh-mair] /ˈkmɛər ˈruʒ, kəˈmɛər/ noun, plural Khmers Rouges [kmair roozh, kuh-mair] /ˈkmɛər ˈruʒ, kəˈmɛər/ (Show IPA), for 2. 1. a Cambodian guerrilla and rebel force and political opposition movement, originally Communist and Communist-backed. 2. a member or supporter of this force. /ruːʒ/ noun 1. the Kampuchean communist party, which seized power (1975) in […]
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[khnoom] /xnum/ noun, Egyptian Religion. 1. a god in the form of a ram who created human beings from clay on a potter’s wheel.