[kur-shuh l; German kœ-khuh l] /ˈkɜr ʃəl; German ˈkœ xəl/
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.
[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.
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