kek
noun. cake; dessert, usually baked, made from mixing flour, eggs, sugar and other ingredients.
keke
Begin to; start to; about to (do something); try to. Auxillary used in constructions with specific objects.
kelachai
Finish--try to; about to finish; about to take all.
kelaguen
Type of food. Dish made of meat, salt, onion, red pepper, and lemon juice.
keli'e'
See--try to; about to see.
ken såbe
Doubtful; I doubt it.
kepes
Nightcap; cap.
kesångan
Say--try to; about to say.
kesnudu
Nude; naked (male). Also kesnuda (f).
kesu
noun. cheese (food)
ketu
adjective. still (immobile), quiet (peaceful)
ketungo'
Know--try to; about to know.
keuntan
Substitution for; replacement for; stand in; alternative for; in place for.
keyute'
Throw away--try to.
ki ora
What time.
ki sabes
phrase. none of one's business.
kiba'
Puckered (lips); downturned lips to show dislike.
kichåla
noun. spoon. Also kuchåla.
kichåron
noun. spoon -- large and used in cooking; ladle. Also kuchåron.
 
kichi
Coitus; sexual intercourse--have (taboo).
kichu
Type of fish--family of acanthuridae. Convict tang. Or, acanthurus triostegus.
kietu
adjective. still (immobile), quiet (peaceful).
kifan
Dislocate jaw bone; pop jaw--out of joint.
kifan
Aggravate; worsen; increase inflammation in; make more severe. (Rota)
kihådas
noun. jaw, jawbone (anatomy).
kikånyio'
noun. machine gun. (Saipan)
kilili
To hand carry; drift away--by current; carry along.
Kilisyånu
Christian; Catholic.
kilites
Type of plant--chenopodium album. Type of bush--edible.
kilites
Type of plant--amaranthus. Type of bush. Also kilites åpåka'.
kilok
Type of plant--thespesia populnea. Also kilulok.
kilu
To always be last.
kilu
Kilogram; kilowatt.
kilu
Type of plant--thespesia populnea.
kilu'os
noun. cross; crucifix; the cross of Jesus.
kilulok
Revolve; roll in a circle; turn around (as on an axis); spin.
kilulok
Type of plant--thespesia populnea. Also kilok.
kilumetro
noun. kilometer (unit of measurement)
kimådu
adjective. scorched; burned without being inflamed; become scorched; become burned.
kimåson
Fire; conflagration; blazing; burned; scorched; singed; consumed by fire; be on fire. Also kumåson.

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