[ kahr-nak ]
/ ˈkɑr næk /
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a village in E Egypt, on the Nile: the northern part of the ruins of ancient Thebes.
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Words nearby Karnak
Karmal, karma-marga, Kármán, Kármán vortex street, Karmapa, Karnak, Karnataka, Karnatak music, Kärnten, karo, Karol
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How to use Karnak in a sentence
She undertook ambitious building projects that rivaled any male pharaoh’s, including hundred-foot obelisks at Karnak, an immense memorial temple and a network of roads.Badass Royal Women You Need to Know|Sean Culligan|July 1, 2021|Ozy
A similar state had occurred that 'Karnak night' of a long ten days ago, though he had not understood it then.The Wave|Algernon Blackwood
Crossing to the right bank, describe the ruins at Luxor, and so come to the vast and overwhelming Temple of Karnak itself.The Complete Club Book for Women|Caroline French Benton
The names of the captured cities of Palestine are still to be read on the walls of the temple of Karnak.Early Israel and the Surrounding Nations|Archibald Sayce
The temple as we see it at Karnak and Luxor is the collective and successive work of many generations.
They are not, like the temples at Karnak and Luxor, the accumulated results of 265several generations.
British Dictionary definitions for Karnak
/ (ˈkɑːnæk) /
a village in E Egypt, on the Nile: site of the N part of the ruins of ancient Thebes
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