Kho is a cooking technique in Vietnamese cuisine meaning "to braise", "to stew", or "to simmer" in which a protein source such as fish, shrimp, poultry, pork, beef, or fried tofu is braised on low heat in a mixture of fish sauce, sugar, and water or a water substitute such as young coconut juice. The resulting dish is salty and savory, and meant to be eaten with rice noodles, French bread, or steamed rice.
The Kho or Bakhu is a traditional dress worn by ethnic Sikkimese people of Sikkim and Nepal. It is a loose, cloak-style garment that is fastened at the neck on one side and near the waist with a silk or cotton belt similar to the Tibetan chuba and to the Ngalop gho of Bhutan, but sleeveless.
Women wear a silken, full-sleeve blouse called a honju inside the kho; a loose gown type garment fastened near the waist, tightened with a belt. Married women tie a multi-coloured striped apron of woolen cloth called pangden around their waist.
Male members wear a loose trouser under the kho. The traditional outfit is complemented by embroidered leather boots by both men and women.
Kho may refer to:
- Kho (cooking technique), a cooking technique in Vietnamese cuisine through listed cooking recipes
- Kho (costume) (or Bakhu), a traditional outfit worn by Bhutia, ethnic Tibetans of Sikkim
- Kara Harp Okulu (KHO), a Turkish military academy
- Kho kho, an Indian and Pakistani sport played by teams
- Kho-Bwa languages, also known as Bugunish and Kamengic
- Kho people, a people of Pakistan and Afghanistan
- Kho Mu people, known as Khmu people, Khmu (also referred to as Khamu, Kammu or Kemu), indigenous inhabitants of Laos
- Kho, the Hokkien romanization of the Chinese surname Xǔ
Usage examples of "kho".
Chanar Ong Kho, a general of the Tuigan, seemed to glisten as sunlight played off the burnished metal scales of his armor.
Ride under the banner of Chanar Ong Kho, the finest of my valiant men.
Ong Kho wishes me to inform Your Highness that the skull once belonged to Abatai, an enemy of the khahan.