Synonyms for kokos or Related words with kokos

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Examples of "kokos"
Giorgos 'Kokos' Elia (; born March 11, 1989) is a former international footballer Cypriot
In this letter Beklemishev is instructed by Ivan to transmit to Kokos his diplomatic credentials to the court of the khan and the regards of the grand duke. Kokos is requested to discontinue the use of the Hebrew language in his further communications to the grand duke, and to use either Russian or Tatar instead.
Khozi Kokos is the name given in Russian sources for an advisor to Ivan III of Muscovy. Khozi Kokos was a Jew, probably a native of Caffa in Genoese-occupied Gazaria. His name is likely Turkic; "Khozi" may derive from the word for "pilgrim", and "Kokos" may derive from the Turkic ""Kök (or Gök) Koz"", or "Blue-Eyed". The Turkic name suggests that he may have been a Krymchak or Karay; Khazar descent is not out of the question but no sources refer to contemporary surviving Khazar communities.
Kokos (Greek: Κόκος) or Kokoui (Greek: Κοκούι) is the diminutive form of the name George (Greek: Γιώργος). It is widely used in Cyprus.
Ivan III concluded and maintained throughout his entire reign a very important alliance with Mengli Girai, Khan of the Crimea. The services rendered by Kokos to Ivan may partly explain the latter's favorable attitude toward the Jews. The part played by Kokos as the agent of the grand duke is shown by the instruction given by the latter to his emissary, the "boyar" Nikita Beklemishev, dated March, 1474.
Among the most notable own brands are Royal, Dream, Krone-Is, Pin-Up, Lollipop, Sandwich, Pia, Gullpinne, Gigant and Klin Kokos. It also produces the franchise Mövenpick, Mars and Nestlé in Scandinavia.
Richard Jerome Kokos, born Kokoszka (February 28, 1928 – April 9, 1986), was an American Major League Baseball outfielder. He played for the St. Louis Browns/Baltimore Orioles from to and then from to
Daniel Kokosiński (born July 25, 1985 in Płońsk, Poland) is a Polish football defender, who played for Wisła Płock and Znicz Pruszków in the I liga. In June 2009 'Kokos' moved to Polonia Warsaw in the Polish Ekstraklasa, for a fee of 102.350 £.
In 1453, the Republic of Genoa ceded its Crimean possessions to the Bank of St. George, a private enterprise to which it was heavily in debt. The Ghisolfi family continued to rule Matrega and the surrounding region on behalf of the Bank. Through such intermediaries as Khozi Kokos, they maintained relations with the rulers of Muscovy and other Russian principalities.
Production was also partially moved to Korea during the CoCo 2's life-span, and many owners of the Korean-built systems referred to them as "KoKos". Production in the USA and Korea happened in parallel using the same part numbers; very few, if any, differences exist between the USA built and Korean built CoCo 2 machines.
His future KLM shows included “Klin Kokos” ("Sticky Coconuts", 1981), “MRK Fjærsynet” ("MRK TeeVee", 1983), “I spøkelyset” ("In the Joke Light", 1984), “Skai TV - imitert fjernsyn” ("Skai TV "" — An Imitated Television (Channel)", 1988), “KLMs Nachspiel” ("KLM's After Play", 1992) and “KLMs Vorspiel” ("KLM's Prelude", 1995).
KLM shows later included “Klin Kokos” ("Sticky Coconuts", 1981), “MRK Fjærsynet” ("MRK TeeVee", 1983), “I spøkelyset” ("In the Joke Light", 1984), “Skai TV - imitert fjernsyn” ("Skai TV "" — An Imitated Television (Channel)", 1988), “KLMs Nachspiel” ("KLM's After Play", 1992) and “KLMs Vorspiel” ("KLM's Prelude", 1995).
"Maria" Margareta Blom, (born 28 February 1971) is a Swedish film director, dramatist and screenwriter. She is perhaps best known for the film Masjävlar from 2004. Blom has written and directed more than ten theater plays among them "Rabarbers", "Sårskorpor" and " Dr. Kokos Kärlekslaboratorium" at Stockholms Stadsteater and "Under hallonbusken" at Dramaten.
Andreas Filotas, Varnavas Christofi, Nikos Theocharidis, Demos Flourentzou, Giorgos Hadjikonstantis, Dimitrakis Argyrou, Yiannis Xipolitas, Savvakis Constantinou, Michalakis Argyrou, Sotirakis Georgiou, Lakis Avraamidis, Markos Markou, Andreas Nicolaou (Lympoyris), Vasilis Fragkiskou (Katsis), Dimitriadis, Tasos Louka, Andreas Assiotis, Giorgos Kettenis, Panikos Efthymiades, Costakis Pieridis, Charalambos Partasidis, Giannos Pavlou, Takis Papettas, Kokos Michael, Nikos Mailos, Michalis Stavrou, Giorgos Aristeidou, Koullis Iliadis, Lakis Mitsidis, Panagiotis Prodromou, Giannis Serafeim were the footballers of the great successes of this period.
Cocos Malays have their own language variety, which is being called "Basa Pulu Kokos". It is considered rough and unsophisticated because of the use of slang in it and the constant change in word meanings. The language is predominately Betawi Malay a Jakarta creole mix of Malay and Indonesian (as well as Javanese, Sundanese and Hokkien in which the Betawi language derived from) with local pronunciation and elements of English and Scottish being mixed in.
The idea of organizing such periodical international gatherings was originally conveyed to Baden-Powell by the General Chief of the Scouts of Greece, Konstantinos ("Kokos") Melas, during the 1918 international Scout meeting, in England. Captain Melas proposed the gatherings should repeat every four years, in the same way Olympic Games were held in Ancient Greece. The suggestion was accepted with enthusiasm by Baden-Powell, who named the gatherings "Jamborees".
Tawau's court complex is on Dunlop Street. It contains the High Court, Sessions Court, and the Magistrate Court. Syariah Court is located at Abaca Street. The district police headquarters is on Tanjung Batu Street, and other police station are sited throughout the district including Wallace Bay, Bombalai, Bergosong, Kalabakan, Seri Indah and LTB Tawau. Police substations (Pondok Polis) are found in Tass Bt. 17, Apas Parit, Merotai, Quin Hill, Balung Kokos, Titingan, Kinabutan and Burmas areas, and the Tawau Prison is in the town centre.
In Greece, he is referred to as or ("the former king") or with the pejorative terms ("the Ex") or ("Glücksburg"). He is referred to as ("the king") by Greek monarchists. He is also referred to as ("Kokos"), a pejorative diminutive form of his name, which has been used since the time of his reign. In an interview he gave on the 31 May 2016 edition of "Istories" on Skai TV, he said: "I am not the ex King Konstantine, I am the King Konstantine".
Shimon Kokos, the lawyer of the perpetrator's family, said that Hussam "had not belonged to any militant organization and may have acted out of temporary insanity" and that, "had [he] not been killed during his rampage, it is doubtful whether he would have been judged fit to stand trial." "My son never spoke of plans to carry out such an attack, if he had I would have tried to prevent it," Duwait's father, Tayseer told The Media Line as police officers were about to question him.
Tawau division has 26% of Sabah's total population, with the main native ethnic groups consisting of Bajau, Suluk, Ida'an and Tidong indigenous ethnic groups, a minority of mixed Malay ethnic groups such as Malay Arab, Malay Bugis (Wajo), Malay Iban, Malay Jawa, Malay Banjar, Kokos or Bulungan, and indigenous ethnic groups Lun Bawang/Lun Dayeh. A large numbers of legal and illegal immigrants from Indonesia such as Buginese and Tators, from East Timor the Timorese and from the Philippines the Tausūg and Visayans can be found on this area. As with the rest of Sabah, the cities have a large minority of ethnic Chinese.