noun, plural Kungs, (especially collectively) Kung.
Examples from the Web for kung
By now I'm so overwrought with chi's and fu's and kong's and kung's that my eyes have about crossed.
Kung fu is not the name of a martial-arts form; it means 'something with diligent applications.'
The Kung also introduced a law forbidding domestic abuse, a huge issue for women worldwide.
In the kung fu epic The Grandmaster, Cannes award-winning actor Tony Leung trained for four years.
“You cannot learn the spiritual side of kung fu in just reading two books,” he says.
Malúuy kung mutangkal sa langgam, I pity the bird too much to put it in a cage.
China had at her helm a number of wise statesmen,--such as Prince Kung and Wensiang.Beacon Lights of History, Volume XIV|John Lord
Himúun kung palu ning kahúya, I will make this piece of wood into a mast.
Kung mentioned the difficulties in the way, but the youth replied: “That need not worry you, because I will accompany you.”The Chinese Fairy Book|Various
Old trees were torn up, and Mr. Kung became both dazed and deaf.