The world's second highest mountain, located in the Tibetean Himalayas.
The capital of Afghanistan.
proper noun (wikipedia, Kalamazoo, Michigan)
a city in Michigan, USA
A city in Western Australia.
A city in Russia, in Kaliningrad Oblast. Former Kí¶nigsberg.
noun (pl=kama, pl2=kamas)
A sickle-like weapon, originally used as a tool for cutting weeds.
capital, and largest city in Uganda
Former name for Cambodia.
A city and province in southern Afghanistan
A state of the United States of America. Capital: Topeka.
A rock band active in the 1970"s with members from the State of Kansas.
proper nounKansas city, City
A large city straddling the border between Kansas and Missouri, USA.
The capital of the province of Sindh, Pakistan, situated along the Arabian Sea. It is the largest city in Pakistan.
a mountain range located in Gilgit, Ladakh & Baltistan. The range is home to more than sixty peaks above 7,000m (22,960 ft), most of which are in the Northern Areas of Pakistan, including K2, the second highest peak of the world (8,611 m, 28,244 ft).
A region to the north of Saint Petersburg in Russia and Finland.
State in southern India which has Bangalore as its capital.
A region in the northern part of the Indian subcontinent, between India, Pakistan and China.
(given name, female) of Danish origin, occasionally used in English.
a city in Kanagawa prefecture, Japan
Nestor notabilis, a bird of New Zealand.
State in western Malaysia which has Alor Setar as its capital.
State in western Malaysia which has Kota Bharu as its capital.
An Irish and Scottish surname, derived from the Gaelic í“ Ceannéidigh, "descendant of Head (ceann) + Ugly (éidigh) ".
w:John F. Kennedy, John F. Kennedy, US President.
(given name, female) of modern American usage.
(London) An affluent area of west London; South Kensington contains several major museums
A maritime county in the southeast of England bordered by Sussex, Surrey, London, the North Sea and the English Channel.
(slang) A one pence piece. Named after the cheapest property in Monopoly (TM).
A surname derived from the place name.
(given name, male) transferred from the surname; of mostly American usage, but never popular.
A state of the United States of America. Capital: Frankfort. Formally known as the Commonwealth of Kentucky, one of four such states known as Commonwealths.
Country in Eastern Africa. Official name: Republic of Kenya.
State in southern India which has Thiruvananthapuram (formerly known as Trivandrum) as its capital.
A county in the Republic of Ireland.
(given name, male).
(given name, female), originally Australian usage, also spelled Kerri and Kerrie.
Capital of the Sudan.
A town in southern Bulgaria.
Alternative spelling of Chios.
The capital of Ukraine.
The medieval principality centred on Kiev, the Kievan State or Kievan Rus.
Volcanic mountain in Tanzania, the highest peak in Africa at 19,321 feet.
A county of the Republic of Ireland, in the province of Leinster.
The capital city of Kilkenny county
The capital of Jamaica.
Any of various towns or cities in the UK, US, Canada or Australia.
The capital city of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
The former name for Dun Laoghaire in Ireland.
The capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Country in Oceania. Official name: Republic of Kiribati.
The Micronesian language spoken in Kiribati, also known as Gilbertese.
a city in northeast Iraq
A municipality in Sweden.
a city in Honshu, Japan
The state capital of Nagaland (India).
A tree bearing large brown nuts containing source of cola extract.
A nut of this tree.
A city in the Karnataka state of southern India.
proper noun (Koreas)
An ancient country in East Asia. Since World War II, Korea has been divided into two sovereign states, commonly called South Korea and North Korea in the US, or Korea and North Korea in the UK.
An informal name for the Republic of Korea (South Korea) or (less commonly) the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea).
You can get great noodles in Korea town
a Greek island in the Dodecanese
The state capital of Kelantan (Malaysia).
State capital of Sabah (Malaysia), formerly known as Jesselton.
Alternative spelling of Cracow.
Lord Krishna (Hindu theology): He is usually depicted with blue skin and playing a flute. He is the divine speaker of the Bhagavad-gita and the eighth avatar of Vishnu.
A river in southern India.
Kansas, a state of the United States of America.
w:Kaposi's sarcoma, Kaposi's sarcoma
Federal territory in western Malaysia in which the country's current capital of the same name is located.
Current national capital of Malaysia, located in the federal territory of the same name.
The state capital of Pahang (Malaysia).
The state capital of Sarawak (Malaysia).
A region in the Middle East inhabited mostly by the Kurds. It encompasses parts of Turkey, Iraq, Iran, Armenia, and Syria.
A prehistoric burial mound once used by peoples in Siberia and Central Asia.
2004: The kurgans and the burials they contain are consistent with the early IE burial practices outlined above, and the late Lithuanian archaeologist Marija Gimbutas proposed that the kurgan peoples were in fact early Indo-Europeans. " Benjamin Fortson, Indo-European Language and Culture (Blackwell 2005, p. 41)
Country in the Middle East. Official name: State of Kuwait.
The capital city of .
Kentucky, a state of the United States of America.
A city in Japan on the island of Honshu that once served as Japan"s capital.
The Kyoto protocol, Protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on climate change, Climate Change -- An amendment to the international treaty on climate change, assigning mandatory targets for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions to signatory nations.
Country in Central Asia, bordering on Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and China. Official name: Kyrgyz Republic.