This world is in the midst of the mountain of kaf, just as the finger is in the midst of the ring.
Caph (kaf), β Cassiopeiæ, "the camel's hump," or "the hand."
Then they released the captives and sent them back, for on the horizon they saw the green palms of kaf, the city that they sought.
He will give me your letter, and I swear to you, I will cross the mountains of kaf, to deliver you!
He asked the Chief to help him on toward kaf—an oasis town across the desert.
I will follow thee, if it be thy will, beyond the kaf, in the land of the afrits.
I mean that griffin who clutches hold of the mightinesses of this world and carries them to the mountains of kaf.
kaffiyeh, kaf′i-ye, n. a small shawl worn about the head in Syria.
Others say that the Nile flows from snowy mountains, and they are the mountains called kaf.
The mountain of kaf may set bounds to the world, but never to the ideas and wishes of the ambitious.