[klah-guh n-foo rt] /ˈklɑ gənˌfʊərt/
a city in S Austria.
[kuh-rin-thee-uh] /kəˈrɪn θi ə/
a province in S Austria. 3681 sq. mi. (9535 sq. km).
a city in S Austria, capital of Carinthia province: tourist centre. Pop: 90 141 (2001)
a state of S Austria: an independent duchy from 976 to 1276; mainly mountainous, with many lakes and resorts. Capital: Klagenfurt. Pop: 559 440 (2003 est). Area: 9533 sq km (3681 sq miles) German name Kärnten
[klahy-pe-dah; English klahy-pi-duh] /ˈklaɪ pɛ dɑ; English ˈklaɪ pɪ də/ noun 1. a seaport in NW Lithuania, on the Baltic. 2. a former German territory including this seaport: now a part of Lithuania. 1092 sq. mi. (2828 sq. km). /Russian ˈklajpɪdə/ noun 1. a port in Lithuania on the Baltic: shipbuilding and fish canning. Pop: […]
[klam-uh th] /ˈklæm əθ/ noun 1. a river flowing from SW Oregon through NW California into the Pacific. 250 miles (405 km) long. [klam-uh th] /ˈklæm əθ/ noun, plural Klamaths (especially collectively) Klamath. 1. a member of an American Indian people belonging to the Lutuamian group and located in southern Oregon. processor The pre-release “code […]
noun 1. a city in SW Oregon.
plural noun 1. two lakes that drain into the Klamath River: one lake (Upper Klamath Lake) is in SW Oregon, and the other (Lower Klamath Lake) is in N California.