koleta
Butt (of a firearm).
kollat
To fence.
kollat
Fence; corral; pen; barricade.
kollat chå'guan
Hedge; fence of shrubbery.
kololo'ña
Especially; specially.
kolumna
Column.
koma
Comma.
komånda
Command; order with authority.
komånda
Commander.
kombålacheru
Swapper; barterer; exchanger (male). Also kombålachera (f).
kombålachi
Fuss; argument; confusion; disagreement; trouble; racket.
kombåteru
Troublemaker; fighter; combatant; bruiser; pugilist.
kombåti
Fight; argument.
kombenensia
Convenience; comfort; utility; profit.
kombeniente
Convenient; useful; profitable; suitable.
kombense
Convince; persuade; influence; satisfy by proof; bring by argument to belief beyond doubt.
kombension
Convention; formal assembly of representatives or delegates for action or particular matters.
kombento
Convent.
kombetsa
Converse; talk; speak.
 
kombetsasion
Conversation.
kombida
Invite.
kombidao
Guest--invited; inviting; capable of being invited.
kombieni
Proper; right thing to do. Also kombeni.
kombiette
Convert; change over.
kombiti
Guest.
kometi
Commit.
kometsiånte
Merchant; trader; dealer; storekeeper.
kometsio
Commerce; trade; business; bargain.
komeya
Comedy.
komidiånte
Comedian.
komisina
Commissioner. Also komisiona.
komiti
Committee.
kommåt
Toaster (for tortillas); griddle; flat metal used for toasting bread, tortillas, pancakes, etc.
kommon
noun. toilet; bathroom; restroom;
komoda
Commode; bureau; chest of drawers.
komodu
Useful; handy.
komon
If; in case. (Rota) Also komu. From komu mohon.
komotgan
Receive communion--in church.
komotgåtorio
Communion rail; place for receiving holy communion in the church.
kompaile
Alternate form of kompaire used with third person possessive pronoun.

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