Rireinutire Dictionary
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kate, adv. how (rel.)
kati, n. bacon
kato, n. roof, ceiling
katu, v. trade
katuta, v. trade
katuya, n. trader, merchant
kau, n. street
kauratu, n. tramway, streetcar line
kava, n. shroud
kave, n. person
kave (2), n. inhabitant of -
kavekuna, n. personnel, staff
kavetita, n. generation (as in mother vs daughter)
kaya, adj. double
kayahuhu, n. double stop, punctuation mark that ends paragraph, stanza or verse (::)
ke, pron. they (feminine 3rd person plural)
kea, n. laughter
keaño, n. smile
keañota, v. smile
keata, v. laugh
kee, interj. hee! (gleeful interjection)
keho, n. ridicule, mockery
kehota, v. ridicule
kei, n. float
keita, v. float
keka (1), pp. among
keka (2), adj. intra-
keke, interj. ha! ha!
keki, n. explanation
kekita, v. explain
kema, n. escape
kemairo, n. exhaust, exhaust gases
kemata, v. escape, flee, run away
keña, n. shoe, boot
keñaima, n. shoemaker, cobbler
keñe, adj. medium -, central -
keñehuña, n. Commander (mil.), Lieutenant Colonel (army), Commander (navy)
keñeiyo, n. midnight
keñeñoko, n. Sergeant, Petty Officer (mil.)
keñepayu, n. noon, midday
keñevapi, n. Major General, Rear Admiral (mil.)
keñeviku, n. Lieutenant (mil.), First Lieutenant (army), Lieutenant junior grade (navy)
keni, n. soot
keño, n. middle, centre
keno, n. groin, genitals
kenoho, n. genitals (all), the whole (female) reproductive system
kenu, n. amber
kepa, n. cream
kepi, n. bamboo
kepo, n. labia majora

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