from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The letter k.
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- n. The name of the Latin script letter K/k.
- n. Abbreviation of okay.
- n. A kilometer.
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By doing so they win the heart of the Kurds, whose question for the upcoming election is when will we be free or in Kurdish kay azadabeen?
Sa naturang affidavit sinabi raw lahat ni Mancao ang lahat ng kanyang nalalaman ukol sa pagpaslang kay publicist Salvador "Bubby" Dacer at sa driver nito na si Emmanuel Corbito.
"Naa mi mga first names pero wala namo gihatag kay protektahan pod namo among source,"
Re: DIY boutique amps, pedals, mod kits, proto-type circuits, etc - Post them here! nakalagay sa parang aquarium yung uv light na ginamit namin. inorasan namin yun ng mga 5 minutes, di kami lumlapit habang nagapapailaw. di ba sa uv light din nakakakuha ng vitamin D? thanks kay sir wiccan8888 for links, saka kay sir pie-key for recomendations and advice. try kong gumawa ng crunchbox, nakakita na ko ng design. may mga tanong ulit ako.
And, "kay", interjecting the N-word into the discussion is rather unnecessary.
Bale saf under lock and kay which is all at present from your honour's most ob't humble serv't.
By puttin 'in a double "kay" to spell the word "coquettin'. "
For example at the Giro delle Valli Cuneesi, I took the lead on the first day and the whole team rode to defend it and then to try and help me get it back after I cracked with a 'kay' to go on the toughest stage.
While clearly it is not a simple good, bad, black, white debate, I still think I agree with Mr Mackay, 'drugs are bad m'kay'.
He looked at first as if he suspected Duck Downie of being in league with supernatural powers; but when that eminent mechanic took the trouble to explain to him the value of the operation he had just performed on me, Paddy without a word rushed out, at the risk of all sorts of penalties, into the town, and knew no peace till he had possessed himself of a "kay," which henceforth became the inseparable companion of me and the watered ribbon.