kaf

[kahf]

Origin of kaf

From the Arabic word kāf
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Examples from the Web for kaf

Historical Examples of kaf

  • Caph (kaf), β Cassiopeiæ, "the camel's hump," or "the hand."

    A Field Book of the Stars

    William Tyler Olcott

  • I will follow thee, if it be thy will beyond the Kaf, in the land of the Afrits.

    Vathek

    William Beckford

  • He will give me your letter, and I swear to you, I will cross the mountains of Kaf, to deliver you!

    Hypatia

    Charles Kingsley

  • I will follow thee, if it be thy will, beyond the Kaf, in the land of the afrits.

  • This world is in the midst of the mountain of Kaf, just as the finger is in the midst of the ring.

    Astronomical Myths

    John F. Blake