noun Older Spelling.
Definition for kiaochow (2 of 2)
or Chiao·chou, Kiao·chow
Example sentences from the Web for kiaochow
Now we come to the events of last November, when Germany suddenly swooped down on Kiaochow.The Englishman in China During the Victorian Era, Vol. II (of 2)|Alexander Michie
The only task that fell to their lot on land was that of capturing Kiaochow.
Tsingtao and the port of Kiaochow should belong to Japan, as well as the Tainan railway.
German explorers had examined the coast and had noticed the favorable situation of the harbor of Kiaochow.The German Emperor as Shown in his Public Utterances|Christian Gauss
A highway connects it with the Yellow river, and it is joined by a railway 280 m. long to Kiaochow.