n. brightly colored large carp bred in Japan and stocked in decorative ponds

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • koi — koi; koi·a·ri; koi·bal; koi·lo·rach·ic; koi·me·sis; koi·ne; koi·non; koi·no·nia; koi·ro·pot·a·mus; koi·lor·rhach·ic; pin·a·koi·dal; …   English syllables

  • KOI-55 — Звезда Наблюдательные данные (Эпоха J2000.0) Тип Одиночная звезда Прямое восхождение …   Википедия

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  • koi — UK [kɔɪ] / US or koi carp UK / US noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms koi : singular koi plural koi a large red gold or white fish that people sometimes keep in fish ponds because of their beautiful colour …   English dictionary

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  • KOI-94 — Звезда История исследования Открыватель 2MASS Дата открытия 2003 Наблюдательные данные (Эпоха J2000.0) …   Википедия

  • koi — [koi] n. pl. koi, kois a large, colorful variety of carp (Cyprinus carpio) bred mostly in Japan for display in ornamental ponds …   English World dictionary

  • koi — [ kɔı ] or koi ,carp noun count or uncount a large red gold or white fish that people sometimes keep in fish PONDS because of their beautiful color …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • koi|ne — or koi|ne «koy NAY», noun. 1. the common literary language of the Greeks from the close of classical Attica to the Byzantine era. The New Testament was written in the Koine. 2. = lingua franca. (Cf. ↑lingua franca) ╂[< Greek (hē) koin… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Koi — Koi, Stadt, so v.w. Khoi …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

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