[kur-duh-stan; Persian koor-di-stahn] /ˈkɜr dəˌstæn; Persian ˌkur dɪˈstɑn/
a mountain and plateau region in SE Turkey, NW Iran, and N Iraq: inhabited largely by Kurds. 74,000 sq. mi. (191,660 sq. km).
any of several types of rugs woven by the Kurds of Turkey or Iran.
a large plateau and mountainous region, between the Caspian Sea and the Black Sea, south of the Caucasus. Area: over 29 000 sq km (74 000 sq miles)
[kurd, koo rd; Persian koord] /kɜrd, kʊərd; Persian kurd/ noun 1. a member of an Islamic people speaking and dwelling chiefly in Kurdistan. /kɜːd/ noun 1. a member of a nomadic people living chiefly in E Turkey, N Iraq, and W Iran 1610s, the people’s self-designation. Kurds [(kurdz, koordz)] A linguistically and culturally distinct people […]
[koo-re] /ˈkuˈrɛ/ noun 1. a seaport on SW Honshu, in SW Japan. /kuːˈreɪ/ noun 1. a port in SW Japan, on SW Honshu: a naval base; shipyards. Pop: 202 628 (2002 est)
[koo rg] /kʊərg/ noun 1. . [koo rg] /kʊərg/ noun 1. a former province in SW India; now part of Karnataka state. 1593 sq. mi. (4126 sq. km). /kʊəɡ/ noun 1. a former province of SW India: since 1956 part of Karnataka state
[koo r-gahn, -gan] /kʊərˈgɑn, -ˈgæn/ noun 1. a circular burial mound constructed over a pit grave and often containing grave vessels, weapons, and the bodies of horses as well as a single human body; originally in use in the Russian Steppes but later spreading into eastern, central, and northern Europe in the third millennium b.c. […]