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Updated: 6/9/2013       

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keel  
keel.  kihl
keel of a canoe.  kehripw

keep  
to catch; to hold; to keep.  koldi
to save; to keep.  nekid

keepsake  
inheritance; souvenir; keepsake; memory.  johjo

kept  
well-kept; cleared, not overgrown.  mahjahj

kettle  
tea kettle.  dihkirεhl

key  
key.  ki
pandanus key.  moang₂
pandanus key, dry sprouted.  uhnpej

khaki  
khaki.  dan

kick  
to kick to the side (in wrestling).  sipelik
to kick.  kik₁
to kick.  kikim
to kick.  sipoak
to kick (in a fight).  kikparaus
to kick (of a fowl).  kakahs
to kick feet (in swimming).  pumpum₁

kickball  
game, kickball.  alohpw

kid  
to joke, to kid.  oapwjahi

kidney  
kidney.  sakain jupwkε

kill  
to core (breadfruit); to kill a tree (by removing crown or branches).  sahr
to kill.  kojukdi
to kill (a plant).  kamεngi
to kill a tree by stripping off bark.  woadoang
to remove core (of breadfruit); to kill a tree (by removing crown or branches).  sasa
to try to kill.  kojuk

kim chee  
kim chee, Korean style pickled cabbage.  kimji

kimono  
kimono.  kihmohno

kind  
kind; type.  kain
some kind; another; different kind; unfamiliar kind; unusual kind.  oaujoang
species; kind; variety; style; ways (behavior).  joang₁
to be kind₁.  kadεk₁

king  
high chief; king.  nahmwarki
king.  kihng₂
king.  nεhnau

kinky  
kinky (of hair).  moakojkoj

kiss  
to kiss.  kis
to kiss (on nose or cheek, said of children).  mah₂
to kiss (on the cheek or hand).  misik

kitchen  
kitchen.  imwεn kuk

knack  
to trick, to have the knack.  mwadik

knead  
to knead.  doaulahk

knee  
cape (on a reef); knee.  pwiki
his knee.  pwukkoa

knife  
knife.  jahr
knife carried in a sheath.  jihsnaip
pocket-knife with other tools.  jahr kajirεkrεk

knock  
to knock; to punch; to hit hard.  likim
to knock; to rap.  lεslεs
to knock; to rap knuckles.  loasoang

knot  
knot in clothes, object used to tie clothes together.  sipin likkoau
knot in hair, object used to tie hair together.  sipin moang
knot made to be temporary.  pwuk₂
knot of a permanent sort.  luk₁
knot, made so as to be more or less permanent.  lukin mour
knot, made so as to become tighter when jiggled and used to tie bundles to inani or tie pigs to a post.  lukin moai
knot, made with a number of different strands of rope.  lukin moang
knot, overhand knot; trap; noose.  jan
knot, slip knot.  luk joaroak
to knot.  luk₁
to knot.  lukoa

know  
famous; well-known.  wadwad₁
to know.  kidal
to know all the tricks.  kidal mwadik
to not know; be ignorant of.  jehjoa

Korea  
Korea.  Sohsεhng

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