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Hohhot

[ hoh-hoht ]
/ ˈhoʊˈhoʊt /
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noun
a city in and the capital of Inner Mongolia, in northern China.
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Also Hu·he·hot [hoo-hœ-hoht], /ˈhuˈhœˈhoʊt/, (Pinyin) Hu·he·hao·te [hoo-hœ-hou-tœ] /ˈhuˈhœˈhaʊˈtœ/ .
Formerly Kwei·hwa [gwey-hwah], /ˈgweɪˈʰwɑ/, (Older Spelling) Kwei·sui [kwey-swey; Chinese gwey-swey] /ˈkweɪˈsweɪ; Chinese ˈgweɪˈsweɪ/ .
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British Dictionary definitions for Hohhot

Hohhot

Huhehot or Hu-ho-hao-t'e

/ (ˈhɒˈhɒt) /

noun
a city in N China, capital of Inner Mongolia (since 1954); previously capital of the former Suiyüan province; Inner Mongolia University (1957). Pop: 998 000 (2005 est)
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