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Kalium
kaliuresis
Kalka
Kalki
Kallai
kallidin
kallikrein
Kallman's syndrome
Kalmar
Kalmia
Kalmia angustifolia
Kalmia glauca
Kalmia latifolia
Kalmia polifolia
Kalmucks
Kalmuk
Kalmyk
Kalmykia
Kalon Tripa
kalong
Kalotermes
Kalotermitidae
Kaloyer
kalpa
kalpac
Kalsomine

Kalmuck definitions

Merriam Webster's

or Kalmuk or Kalmyk noun Etymology: Russian kalmyk, from Volga Tatar kalm?k Date: 1613 1. a member of a Buddhist Mongol people originally of Dzungaria living mainly northwest of the Caspian Sea in Russia 2. the Mongolian language of the Kalmucks

Oxford Reference Dictionary

adj. & n. --adj. of a Buddhist Mongolian people living in the western USSR. --n. 1 a member of this people. 2 the Ural-Altaic language of this people. Etymology: Russ. kalmyk

Webster's 1913 Dictionary

Kalmuck Kal"muck, n. 1. pl. (Ethnol.) See Calmucks. 2. A kind of shaggy cloth, resembling bearskin. 3. A coarse, dyed, cotton cloth, made in Prussia.



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