Kui

Kui can refer to: ==People with the surname== ...
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Kui

noun the Dravidian language spoken by the Kui in southeastern India
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Kui

[instrumental musical composition] Kui -is an instrumental musical composition with 1,5–4 minutes length. This type of composition is met in musical culture of almost all Kipchak peoples, including Kazakhs and Kyrgyzs. Kui is performed with different national plucked, bow and wind instruments such as Dombyra, Qobyz, Syrnai, etc. Mostly Ku...
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Kui

[Māori mythology] Kui was a chthonic demigoddess and the wife of Tuputupuwhenua in Māori mythology. They supposedly live underground and when a new house is built, a tuft of grass is offered to them. Kui is also the name of the father of Vahi-vero and the grandfather of Rata in the Tuamotu islands. ...
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Kui

In Chinese mythology, Kui was the god who brought success in examinations. Originally he was a mortal youth who combined vast intelligence with a face so ugly that although he came top in the civil service exams, the Emperor refused to employ him, where upon he killed himself and the gods set him in the sky as a star, overseeing all examination can...
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kui

to string a lei
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Kui

[n] - a member of the Dravidian people living in southeastern India 2. [n] - the Dravidian language spoken by the Kui people in southeastern India
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