Definition of Kukus

1. kuku [n] - See also: kuku



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kukus

kujawah
kujawahs
kukang
kukharenkoite
kukisvumite
kukri
kukris
kuksite
kuku
kukui
kukuis
kukumakranka
kukumakrankas
kukuri
kukuris
kukus (current term)
kula
kulak
kulaki
kulaks
kulan
kulanite
kulans
kulas
kulcha
kulfi
kulfis
kulich
kulichi
kulintang

Literary usage of Kukus

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1. Campaigning in the Balkans by Harold Lake (1918)
"To travel direct from there to kukus would mean an endless swarming up high places, an endless scrambling down into sudden valleys. ..."

2. The Christian World: The Magazine of the American and Foreign Christian Union by American and Foreign Christian Union (1856)
"In the Monastery at kukus, Prior Antony Fiedler had a house built for his female ... In the town of Nachod, near kukus, in Bohemia, a brother named Floras ..."

3. Campaigning in the Balkans by Harold Lake (1918)
"To travel direct from there to kukus would mean an endless swarming up high places, an endless scrambling down into sudden valleys. ..."

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