K — ka ke kh ki kl kn ko kr ku ky kc kv
keck |kek| — (intransitive) To retch or heave as if to vomit.
keckle — (nautical) To wind rope or chains around (a cable etc.) to protect its surface from friction, abrasion, or ice.
kedge |kej| — (nautical) A small anchor used for warping a vessel; also called a kedge anchor.
kedgeree |ˈkedʒəriː| — a dish of rice and hard-boiled eggs and cooked flaked fish
keek |kiːk| — To peek; peep.
keeking — Present participle of keek.
keel |kiːl| — a projection or ridge that suggests a keel
keel over |ˈkiːl ˈəʊvər| — turn over and fall
keelage |ˈkiːlɪdʒ| — The right of demanding a duty or toll for a ship entering port.
keelhaul |ˈkiːlhɔːl| — (nautical) To punish by dragging under the keel of a ship.
keelson |ˈkelsən| — a longitudinal beam connected to the keel of ship to strengthen it
keen |kiːn| — a funeral lament sung with loud wailing
keen-witted |ˈwɪtɪd| — quick-witted
keenly |ˈkiːnlɪ| — in a keen or penetrating way
keenness |ˈkiːn nəs| — a quick and penetrating intelligence
keep |kiːp| — the financial means whereby one lives
keep away |ˈkiːp əˈweɪ| — prevent from coming close
keep back |ˈkiːp ˈbæk| — secure and keep for possible future use or application
keep down |ˈkiːp ˈdaʊn| — place a limit on the number of
keep in |ˈkiːp ɪn| — cause to stay indoors
keep off |ˈkiːp ˈɒf| — refrain from certain foods or beverages
keep on |ˈkiːp ɑːn| — allow to remain in a place or position or maintain a property or feature
keep out |ˈkiːp ˈaʊt| — prevent from entering; shut out
keep up |ˈkiːp ʌp| — maintain a required pace or level
keeper |ˈkiːpər| — someone in charge of other people
keeping |ˈkiːpɪŋ| — conformity or harmony
keeping-room |ˈkiːpɪŋrʊm| — (dated, dialect, UK, US, New England) A family sitting room.
keepsake |ˈkiːpseɪk| — something of sentimental value
kef |keɪf| — Alternative spelling of kif.
kefir |kəˈfɪr| — A fermented milk drink from the Caucasus and Eastern Europe, similar to yogurt but more liquid.
keg |keɡ| — the quantity contained in a keg
kelp |kelp| — large brown seaweeds having fluted leathery fronds
kelpie |ˈkelpɪ| — (Scottish folklore) water spirit in the form of a horse that likes to drown its riders
kelpy |ˈkelpiː| — (Scottish folklore) water spirit in the form of a horse that likes to drown its riders
kelson |ˈkelsən| — Alternative spelling of keelson.
Kelt |kelt| — a member of a European people who once occupied Britain and Spain and Gaul prior to Roman times
Kelvin |ˈkelvɪn| — the basic unit of thermodynamic temperature adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites
ken |ken| — range of what one can know or understand
kendo |ˈkendəʊ| — a Japanese martial art using "swords" of split bamboo.
kennel |ˈkenl| — outbuilding that serves as a shelter for a dog
kent |kent| — a county in southeastern England on the English Channel; formerly an Anglo-Saxon kingdom, it was the first to be colonized by the Romans
Kentish |ˈkentɪʃ| — one of the major dialects of Old English
kentledge |ˈkentlɪdʒ| — (nautical) Weights (often scrap or pig iron) used as permanent ballast on ships.
Kenyan |ˈkenjən| — a native or inhabitant of Kenya
kepi |ˈkeɪpɪ| — a cap with a flat circular top and a visor
kept |kept| — (especially of promises or contracts) not violated or disregarded
keratin |ˈkerətɪn| — a fibrous scleroprotein that occurs in the outer layer of the skin and in horny tissues such as hair, feathers, nails, and hooves
kerb |kɜːrb| — an edge between a sidewalk and a roadway consisting of a line of curbstones (usually forming part of a gutter)
kerbstone |ˈkɜːrbstəʊn| — a paving stone forming part of a curb
kerchief |ˈkɜːrtʃɪf| — a square scarf that is folded into a triangle and worn over the head or about the neck
kerchiefed |ˈkɜːtʃɪft| — Wearing a kerchief.
kerf |kərf| — The groove or slit created by cutting a workpiece; an incision.
kermis |ˈkərməs| — Alternative form of kirmess.
kern |kərn| — United States composer of musical comedies (1885-1945)
kerne |kɜːn| — Alternative spelling of kern.
kernel |ˈkɜːrnl| — the inner and usually edible part of a seed or grain or nut or fruit stone
kerosene |ˈkerəsiːn| — a flammable hydrocarbon oil used as fuel in lamps and heaters
kersey |ˈkɜːsɪ| — A type of rough woollen cloth.
kerseymere |ˈkɜːrzɪˌmiːr| — Alternative spelling of cassimere.
kestrel |ˈkestrəl| — small North American falcon
ketch |ketʃ| — a sailing vessel with two masts; the mizzen is forward of the rudderpost
ketchup |ˈketʃəp| — thick spicy sauce made from tomatoes
kettle |ˈketl| — a metal pot for stewing or boiling; usually has a lid
kettle-drum |ˈketldrʌm| — Alternative spelling of kettledrum.
kettledrum |ˈketldrʌm| — a large hemispherical brass or copper percussion instrument with a drumhead that can be tuned by adjusting the tension on it
key |kiː| — metal device shaped in such a way that when it is inserted into the appropriate lock the lock's mechanism can be rotated
keyboard |ˈkiːbɔːrd| — device consisting of a set of keys on a piano or organ or typewriter or typesetting machine or computer or the like
keyed |ˈkiːd| — set to a key or tone
keyhole |ˈkiːhəʊl| — the hole where a key is inserted
keyless |ˈkiːləs| — lacking or not requiring a key
Keynesian |ˈkeɪnzɪən| — a follower of the economic theories of John Maynard Keynes
keynote |ˈkiːnəʊt| — the principal theme in a speech or literary work
keynoter |ˈkiːˌnəʊtər| — A speaker who delivers the keynote speech of a conference.
keypad |ˈkiːpæd| — a keyboard that is a data input device for computers; arrangement of keys is modelled after the typewriter keyboard
keystone |ˈkiːstəʊn| — a central cohesive source of support and stability
keystroke |ˈkiːstrəʊk| — the stroke of a key; one depression of a key on a keyboard
keyword |ˈkiːwɜːrd| — Any word used as the key to a code.