Kadijah

Kadijah, a rich widow, the wife of Mahomet, who had been her steward and factotum, and whom he married when she was forty and himself only twenty-five, and with whom he lived till her death, “loving her truly and her alone,” himself now a man of fifty; he had begun his mission as a prophet before she died, and one service she did him he never forgot as the greatest of them all: she believed in him, when no one else did.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Kabyles * Kadris
Justiciary Court
Justin
Justinian I.
Justinian Pandects
Jutland
Juvenal
Juxon, William
Kaaba
Kabul
Kabyles
Kadijah
Kadris
Kaffirs
Kafiristan
Kairwan`
Kaisar-i-Hind
Kaiser
Kaiser Wilhelm's Land
Kaithal
Kâla
Kalahari Desert