Synonyms for kouk or Related words with kouk

trapeang              chrey              preaek              boeng              andoung              samraong              pongro              thmei              stueng              thnal              thlok              lvea              ruessei              angk              chrum              chhuk              khpos              kaoh              chambak              tnaot              phnum              sangkae              paoy              tboung              sambour              veaeng              tuek              praek              rumduol              kandaol              kaeut              krasang              knong              khsach              tbaeng              kandal              khnar              trabaek              kbal              damnak              kakaoh              thnong              tumnob              thma              daeum              krouch              sampov              slaeng              damrei              beung             

Examples of "kouk"
Toul Kouk district contains a mixture of villas, small wooden houses, commercial warehouses and NGO offices (including Live and Learn Environmental Education). The Toul Kouk intersection at street 298 and Confederation de la Russie is the primary entrance to the Toul Kouk district and marks the eastern extreme of the Royal University of Phnom Penh main campus. The ministries of Defense, Rural Development and Women's Affairs and a variety of commercial enterprises are located along the main roads in Toul Kouk.
Kouk Khmum () is a khum (commune) of Thma Koul District in Battambang Province in north-western Cambodia.
In 1998, the village of Kouk Prich had a population of 1,452 (718 men and 734 women) in 268 households.
Kouk Ballangk is a khum (commune) of Mongkol Borei District in Banteay Meanchey Province in western Cambodia.
Kouk Kakthen is a khum (commune) of Thma Puok District in Banteay Meanchey Province in north-western Cambodia.
Kouk Romiet is a khum (commune) of Thma Puok District in Banteay Meanchey Province in north-western Cambodia.
In 1998, the village of Kouk Romiet had a population of 778 (381 men and 397 women) in 148 households.
Tuol Kouk ( "Ground Hill") is a district (Khan) in the city of Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Tuol Kouk is well known for the large villas in its northern part of the district. This district is subdivided into 10 Sangkats and 143 Kroms. The district has an area of 7.99 km². According to the 1998 census of Cambodia, it had a population of 154,968.
Kouk Samraong is a village in the commune of Banteay Chhmar in Thma Puok District in Banteay Meanchey Province in north-western Cambodia.
Western Stadium (កីឡដ្ឋានវេស្ទើន) is the home stadium of Cambodian League club Western University FC. It has capacity of 1000. This stadium was broke ground in 2014 and opened in 2015. It located in the Tuol Kouk District of Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Evidence of Taoist revival can be seen in Tanjeon Hoheup, Tonghak and Kouk Sun Do. Even if the term "Taoism" is not used, the terms, techniques, and goals are clearly Taoist. The Taoist mark of Chinese characters "su" (longevity) and "bok" (bliss) decorate many everyday articles, from spoons to pillow cases, even today. Many place names, especially related to mountains, bear strong Taoist influence.
The district is easily accessed by road from Sisophon (42 km), Battambang (city) (110 km), Siem Reap (city) (144 km) and Samraong (71 km). Thma Puok district is the largest districts in Banteay Meanchey province by land area but has a relatively small population due to its isolation. Large parts of the district, especially in the north west towards Thailand, are largely unpopulated. There is one official border crossing with Thailand in Kouk Romiet commune. One provincial road begins at the border and runs south east through the district to an intersection at Sarongk in Svay Chek district. Another provincial road runs north from Banteay Chmar commune on National Road 56 to Banteay Ampil district in Oddar Meanchey province. Numerous smaller roads also run to the Thai border in the north western part of the district.