[kee-oh-toh; Japanese kyaw-taw] /kiˈoʊ toʊ; Japanese ˈkyɔ tɔ/
a city on S Honshu, in central Japan: the capital of Japan a.d. 794–1868.
a city in central Japan, on S Honshu: the capital of Japan from 794 to 1868; cultural centre, with two universities (1875, 1897). Pop: 1 387 264 (2002 est)
city in Japan, from kyo + to, both meaning “capital.” Founded 794 as Heionkyo “Capital of Calm and Peace,” it also has been known as Miyako and Saikyo. Kyoto Protocol so called because it was initially adopted Dec. 11, 1997, in the Japanese city.
- Kyoto common lisp
language (KCL) An implementation of Common Lisp by T. Yuasa and M. Hagiya firstname.lastname@example.org, written in C to run under Unix-like operating systems. KCL is compiled to ANSI C. It conforms to Common Lisp as described in Guy Steele’s book and is available under a licence agreement. (ftp://rascal.ics.utexas.edu/pub/kcl.tar.Z). E-mail: (bug reports). Mailing list: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org. […]
/kaɪp/ noun 1. the hook on the lower jaw of a mature male salmon
- Kyoto protocol
noun 1. an amendment to the United Nations international treaty on global warming in which participating nations commit to reducing their emissions of carbon dioxide, negotiated in Kyoto, Japan, in 1997 Kyoto Protocol [(kee-oh-toh)] An agreement on global warming reached by the United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Kyoto, Japan, in 1997. The major […]
noun a fear of stooping, becoming stooped Word Origin Greek kypho- ‘crooked’