Kosh


Kosh

Kosh may refer to:

*Kosh Naranek, a fictional character in the Babylon 5 television series
*Kosh (art director), an album cover designer and art director
*KOSH, the ICAO code for Wittman Regional Airport
*Kosh, Armenia, a town in Armenia
*Kosh, Adjective-slang term, pleasing of the eye, desirable and wanted.


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  • kosh — var. cosh n.3 …   Useful english dictionary

  • Kosh — 40° 18′ 09″ N 44° 09′ 25″ E / 40.3025, 44.156944 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Kosh — Este artículo o sección necesita referencias que aparezcan en una publicación acreditada, como revistas especializadas, monografías, prensa diaria o páginas de Internet fidedignas. Puedes añadirlas así o avisar al …   Wikipedia Español

  • Kosh — Original name in latin Kosh Name in other language Kosh, Кош State code AM Continent/City Asia/Yerevan longitude 40.29999 latitude 44.15584 altitude 1224 Population 2581 Date 2012 01 17 …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • kosh — /kɒʃ/ (say kosh) noun, verb (t) → cosh2 …   Australian English dictionary

  • Kosh. — …   Википедия

  • Kosh (art director) — Kosh (born John Kosh) is an art director, album cover designer, graphic artist, and documentary producer/director. He was born in London, England and rose to prominence in the mid 1960s while designing for the Royal Ballet and the Royal Opera… …   Wikipedia

  • Kosh (Armenia) — Kosh (en armenio: Կոշ, también romanizado como Koghes; antiguamente, Kvash) es un municipio en el distrito de Ashtarak, provincia de Aragatsotn, Armenia, sobre 18 km al suroeste del centro del distrito de Ashtarak. La localidad se llamaba… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Kosh Naranek — Babylon5 character name=Kosh Naranek affiliation = Babylon 5, Vorlon Empire race=Vorlon planet=Vorlon homeworld start= (chronological) (last airdate), (airdate) finish=Interludes and Examinations, Falling Toward Apotheosis (chronological)… …   Wikipedia

  • Kosh fortress and churches — The village of Kosh is located in the Ashtarak district, about 18 km south west of the district centre. There are numerous remainings from early Iron Age residential ruins and buildings of large basalt stone blocs. There are information referring …   Wikipedia


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