Koji vs Komi - What's the difference?

koji | komi |

As nouns the difference between koji and komi

is that koji is a mold, , used in the manufacture of miso, amasake, sake etc while komi is (game of go) compensation points for the white player in the board game go.




  • a mold, , used in the manufacture of miso, amasake, sake etc.
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    (wikipedia Komi)

    Proper noun

    (en proper noun)
  • A Finno-Ugric language currently spoken by 200,000 to 400,000 people, depending on source and definition of "speaker", in northeastern European part of Russia.
  • (Komi Republic) (a republic of Russia)
  • Usage notes

    The regards Komi' (language code '''kom''') as a macrolanguage consisting of two closely related main variants, Komi-Zyrian ('''kpv''') and Komi-Permyak (' koi ). Komi-Zyrian is an official language in the Komi Republic along with Russian. The Komi-Permyak is mainly spoken in (Komi-Permyak Okrug), which does not belong to Komi Republic. The terminology is somewhat confusing as there's cross-usage between Komi, Zyrian and Komi-Zyrian. There are other variants among which at least Komi-Yodzyak is recognized as language by some sources (not by ISO 639 as of Apr 2014).


    * (language) Zyrian, Zyryan


    * Permic


    * Komi-Permyak * Komi-Yodzyak * Komi-Zyrian


    (en noun)
  • An ethnic group chiefly consisting of Komi speakers and descendants of Komi speakers who don't speak the language.
  • A member of that ethnic group.
  • * 2009 , (Diarmaid MacCulloch), A History of Christianity (Penguin 2010), page 519:
  • In 1376 he set out to establish his mission among the Komi people of the Perm’ region, and achieved enough success for the Metropolitan to make him bishop [...].
    (ethnic group) * Czech: * Danish: (t) * Finnish: (trans-mid) * Russian: * Slovak: (trans-bottom) (person) * Catalan: * Czech: (trans-mid) * Finnish: (t), * Russian: (trans-bottom) (checktrans-top) * Irish: * Khanty: (Kazym Khanty) (trans-mid) * Polish: (t-check) * Russian: (indeclinable) (trans-bottom)


    * (person) Zyrian




    See also

    * Syktyvkar (capital of Komi) ----