Consider this, measuring three kos in your mind along the Amritsar Road.
Some of the kos mnrs on the old Mughal roads were over 30ft.
Think how far thou art on the road—an hundred kos from Lahore already.'
We will go very softly, perhaps a kos a day, for the Search is sure.
We have come hundreds upon hundreds of kos already, and, till now, I have scarcely been alone with thee an instant.
Coscinomancy, kos′i-no-man-si, n. an ancient mode of divination by a sieve and pair of shears.
Cossack, kos′ak, n. one of a people in south-eastern Russia, forming splendid light cavalry.
Costal, kos′tal, adj. relating to the ribs, or to the side of the body.
Cosset, kos′set, n. a lamb reared in the house without a dam: a pet.
Costrel, kos′trel, n. a kind of bottle with ears, to be hung at the waist.