(Ko*la"ri*an) n. (Ethnol.) An individual of one of the races of aboriginal inhabitants which survive in Hindostan.a. Of or pertaining to the Kolarians.

(Ko*me"nic) a. [Prob. G. mekonin (by transposition of letters) + -ic.] (Chem.) Of or pertaining to, or designating, an acid derived from meconic acid. [Written also comenic.]

(Kom"tok) n. (Zoöl.) An African freshwater fish belonging to the Dipnoi. It can breathe air by means of its lungs, and when waters dry up, it encases itself in a nest of hard mud, where it remains till the rainy season. It is used as food.

(Kon) v. t. To know. See Can, and Con. [Obs.]

Ye konnen thereon as much as any man.

(Ko"nite) n. (Min.) See Conite.

(Konze) n. (Zoöl.) A large African antelope allied to the hartbeest, but having shorter and flatter horns, and lacking a black patch on the face.

(Koo"doo) n. (Zoöl.) A large South African antelope The males have graceful spiral horns, sometimes four feet long. The general color is reddish or grayish brown, with eight or nine white bands on each side, and a pale dorsal stripe. The old males become dark bluish gray, due to the skin showing through the hair. The females are hornless. Called also nellut. [Written also kudu.]

(Koo"koom) n. (Zoöl.) The oryx or gemsbok. [Written also kookaam.]

(Koo`lo*kam"ba) n. (Zoöl.) A west African anthropoid ape allied to the chimpanzee and gorilla, and, in some respects, intermediate between them.

(Kool"slaa`) n. See Coleslaw.

(Koord) n. See Kurd.

(Koord"ish), n. See Kurdish.

(Koo*ril"i*an) a & n. Same as Kurilian.

(Ko"peck) n. [Russ. kopeika.] A small Russian coin. One hundred kopecks make a rouble, worth about sixty cents. [Written also kopek, copec, and copeck.]

(Ko"ran) (ko"ran or ko*rän"; 277), n. [Ar. qoran. See Alcoran.] The Scriptures of the Mohammedans, containing the professed revelations to Mohammed; — called also Alcoran. [Written also Kuran or Quran.]
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(Ko"rin) n. (Zoöl.) The gazelle.

(||Kor"ri*gum) n. [Native name.] (Zoöl.) A West African antelope (Damalis Senegalensis), allied to the sassaby. It is reddish gray, with a black face, and a black stripe on the outside of the legs above the knees.

(Kos"mos) n. See Cosmos. Gladstone.

(Ko*tow") n. [Chinese, knock head.] The prostration made by mandarins and others to their superiors, either as homage or worship, by knocking the forehead on the ground. There are degrees in the rite, the highest being expressed by three knockings. [China] S. W. Williams.

(Ko*tow"), v. i. [imp. & p. p. Kotowed ; p. pr. & vb. n. Kotowing.] To perform the kotow.

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