See also: K-2

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K2
 
Map including K2 (MOUNT GODWIN AUSTEN) (AMS, 1953)

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Thomas Montgomerie designated the mountain K2 in 1856 for being the second peak of the Karakoram range.

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K2

  1. A mountain on the border between Pakistan and Taxkorgan, Kashgar prefecture, Xinjiang, China, the world’s second highest mountain, located in the Ladakh Karakorams

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K2

  1. (chiefly Taiwan) K2; Alternative name for 喬戈里峰乔戈里峰 (Qiáogēlǐ Fēng).

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Borrowed from English K2.

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K2 m

  1. K2 (a mountain in the Himalayas, the world’s second highest mountain)