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Shigatse or Xigaze, Tibetan: Gzhis ka rtse, city and prefecture in central Tibet
Kashgar or Qeshqer (Kāshí) city and prefecture in the west of Xinjiang near Kyrgyzstan
Kabul, capital of Afghanistan
Cameroon
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(onom.) sound of coughing or vomiting
Qeshqer wilayiti, Kashgar or Kāshí prefecture in west Xinjiang near Kyrgyzstan
New Caledonia
Shigatse or Xigaze, Tibetan: Gzhis ka rtse, city and prefecture in central Tibet, Chinese Rikaze
karst (loanword) / weathered limestone often forming caves
Qeshqer Shehiri (Kashgar city) in the west of Xinjiang near Kyrgyzstan
Dakar, capital of Senegal
Harqin (Mongol: guard) / Harqin banner or Kharchin khoshuu in Chifeng 赤峰, Inner Mongolia / also Harqin Left Mongol autonomous county in Chaoyang 朝陽|朝阳, Liaoning
Katyusha (name) / name of a Russian wartime song / nickname of a rocket launcher used by the Red Army in WWII
(onom.) breaking or snapping
karst landform (weathered limestone, often forming caves)
Harqin banner or Kharchin khoshuu in Chifeng 赤峰, Inner Mongolia
Muscat, capital of Oman
Shigatse or Xigaze prefecture in central Tibet, Tibetan: Gzhis ka rtse sa khul, Chinese Rikaze
Kanas Lake in Xinjiang
Harqin Left Mongol autonomous county in Chaoyang 朝陽|朝阳, Liaoning
Kazan
Saskatchewan province, Canada
Marrakech (city in Morocco)
Bayankala mountain range in Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, watershed of 黃河|黄河 Huang He river
Khartoum, capital of Sudan
Lake Titicaca
Achilles (or Akhilleus or Achilleus), son of Thetis and Peleus, Greek hero central to the Iliad
Aqaba (port city in Jordan)
Karakorum mountain range in west Xinjiang
Krakatoa island and volcano in the Sunda Strait
Kashgar or Qeshqer (Chinese Kashi) in the west of Xinjiang near Kyrgyzstan
(onom.) clank
Lake Balkhash in southeast Kazakhstan
Karakorum mountains
Khalkha, largest subgroup of Mongol people
Tanganyika on continent of West Africa, one component of Tanzania
Karakorum mountain range in west Xinjiang
Karakorum Highway, linking Pakistan and Xinjiang
Lake Tanganyika in East Africa
Krakatoa (volcanic island in Indonesia)
Karakhan dynasty of central Asia, 8th-10th century
(onom.) click
Tsongkhapa (1357-1419), Tibetan religious leader, founder of the Gelugpa school 格魯派|格鲁派
Knuth or Canute (name)
Kerala (state in India)
Karakhan Dynasty of central Asia, 8th-10th century
Carpathian Mountains, 1500-km mountain range in Central and Eastern Europe


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