[kœ-buh n-houn] /ˌkœ bənˈhaʊn/
Danish name of .
[koh-puh n-hey-guh n, -hah-, koh-puh n-hey-, -hah-] /ˌkoʊ pənˈheɪ gən, -ˈhɑ-, ˈkoʊ pənˌheɪ-, -ˌhɑ-/
a seaport in and the capital of Denmark, on the E coast of Zealand.
/ˌkəʊpənˈheɪɡən; -ˈhɑː-; ˈkəʊpənˌheɪ-; -ˌhɑː-/
the capital of Denmark, a port on Zealand and the Amager Islands on a site inhabited for some 6000 years: exports chiefly agricultural products; iron and steel works; university (1479). Pop: 501 664 (2004 est) Danish name København
the Danish name for Copenhagen
capital of Denmark, literally “merchant’s port,” from Danish køber “merchant,” literally “buyer” (see cheap (adj.)), + havn “port” (see haven).
Capital of Denmark and largest city in the country, located in eastern Denmark; the country’s chief commercial, industrial, and cultural center.
Note: Called the “Paris of the north” because of its similar charm.
[koh-blents] /ˈkoʊ blɛnts/ noun 1. . [koh-blents] /ˈkoʊ blɛnts/ noun 1. a city in W Germany, at the junction of the Rhine and Moselle rivers. /German ˈkoːblɛnts/ noun 1. a city in W central Germany, in the Rhineland-Palatinate at the confluence of the Rivers Moselle and Rhine: ruled by the archbishop-electors of Trier from 1018 […]
[koh-bold, -bohld] /ˈkoʊ bɒld, -boʊld/ noun, (in German folklore) 1. a spirit or goblin, often mischievous, that haunts houses. 2. a spirit that haunts mines or other underground places. /ˈkɒbəʊld/ noun (German myth) 1. a mischievous household sprite 2. a spirit that haunts subterranean places, such as mines noun in German folklore, a haunting spirit, […]
[koh-boh] /ˈkoʊ boʊ/ noun, plural kobo, kobos. 1. a bronze coin and monetary unit of Nigeria, the 100th part of a naira.
[koh-jah-ey-lee, kuh-jahy-lee] /ˌkoʊ dʒɑˈeɪ li, kəˈdʒaɪ li/ noun 1. .