[koo-ching] /ˈku tʃɪŋ/
a seaport in and capital of Sarawak state, in E Malaysia: capital of the former colony of Sarawak.
[suh-rah-wahk, -wah] /səˈrɑ wɑk, -wɑ/
a state in the federation of Malaysia, on NW Borneo: formerly a British crown colony (1946–63) and British protectorate (1888–1946). About 50,000 sq. mi. (129,500 sq. km).
a port in E Malaysia, capital of Sarawak state, on the Sarawak River 24 km (15 miles) from its mouth. Pop: 152 310 (2000)
a state of Malaysia, on the NW coast of Borneo on the South China Sea: granted to Sir James Brooke by the Sultan of Brunei in 1841 as a reward for helping quell a revolt; mainly agricultural. Capital: Kuching. Pop: 2 071 506 (2000). Area: about 124 449 sq km (48 050 sq miles)
/ˈkuːdlɪk/ noun 1. (Canadian) an Inuit soapstone seal-oil lamp
[koo-doh, kyoo-] /ˈku doʊ, ˈkyu-/ noun, plural kudos for 2. 1. honor; glory; acclaim: No greater kudo could have been bestowed. 2. a statement of praise or approval; accolade; compliment: one kudo after another.
[koo-dohz, -dohs, -dos, kyoo-] /ˈku doʊz, -doʊs, -dɒs, ˈkyu-/ noun, (used with a singular verb) 1. honor; glory; acclaim: He received kudos from everyone on his performance. [koo-dohz, kyoo-] /ˈku doʊz, ˈkyu-/ noun 1. plural of . [koo-doh, kyoo-] /ˈku doʊ, ˈkyu-/ noun, plural kudos for 2. 1. honor; glory; acclaim: No greater kudo could […]
[koo d-roon] /ˈkʊd run/ noun, German Legend. 1. the heroine of the Middle High German epic of the 13th century.