Qol (Hebrew) Also Kol. Voice, sound; rumor. Bath Qol (daughter of the voice) is an ancient Hebrew reference to inspiration or afflatus, whether arising within the prophet himself or heard from a source without him.
Kol language (Cameroon), a language of the Bantu family
Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, known as Kol before the 18th century
Kol Tehsil in Aligarh
Kol (claimant), a claimant for the Swedish throne
Key opinion leader, a person performing opinion leadership
Kingdom of Loathing, a 2003 browser-based multiplayer online role-playing game
Knight Online, a 2004 multiplayer online role-playing game
Kings of Leon, a rock band
Knights of Labor, an American labor organizations of the 1880s
Kohl (cosmetics), an eye cosmetic
Koç School (Turkish: Koç Özel Lisesi), private coeducational school in Turkey
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Koç School is a private coeducational school in Turkey. It was founded by Vehbi Koç, one of Turkey's wealthiest businessmen, and is currently under the umbrella of the Vehbi Koç Foundation. The school comprises a high school, which was established in 1988, and an elementary school, established ten years later, in 1998. Koç School admits its students based on their achievements on the nationwide examination for high schools in Turkey. Since 1994, the school applies the IB program.