[koh-jah-ey-lee, kuh-jahy-lee] /ˌkoʊ dʒɑˈeɪ li, kəˈdʒaɪ li/
[kur-shuh l; German kœ-khuh l] /ˈkɜr ʃəl; German ˈkœ xəl/ noun 1. the chronological number of a composition of Mozart as assigned in the catalog of the composer’s works compiled in the 19th century by the Austrian musicologist Ludwig von Köchel (1800–1877) and since revised several times. Abbreviation: K.
[koh-ker; German koh-khuh r] /ˈkoʊ kər; German ˈkoʊ xər/ noun 1. Emil Theodor [ey-meel tey-oh-dohr] /ˈeɪ mil ˈteɪ oʊˌdoʊr/ (Show IPA), 1841–1917, Swiss physiologist, pathologist, and surgeon: Nobel Prize 1909. Kocher Ko·cher (kô’kər, -KHər), Emil Theodor. 1841-1917. Swiss surgeon. He won a 1909 Nobel Prize for work on the thyroid gland.
[koh-chee; Japanese kaw-chee] /ˈkoʊ tʃi; Japanese ˈkɔ tʃi/ noun 1. a seaport on central Shikoku, in SW Japan. /kəʊˈtʃiː/ noun 1. a port in SW Japan, on central Shikoku on Urado Bay. Pop: 326 490 (2002 est) 2. another name for Cochin (sense 2)
- Koch-weeks bacillus
Koch-Weeks bacillus (-wēks’) n. A gram-negative, rod-shaped, parasitic bacterium Haemophilus aegyptius that causes acute conjunctivitis.