Mîrkšam lexicon
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khêh, vi. To be dead.
khu, n. A ruin or wreck; something destroyed or heavily damaged.
ki​, vt. To shout, yell, cry out.
kirajsû, n. Stagnation or decay.
kiš, vi. To be in the far future; to be distant in positive time.
kît, padv. The interrogative pro-adverb asking for the substitution of a time; when.
kîtê, padv. The obviate pro-adverb for a time; then.
kîtî, padv. The proximate pro-adverb for a time; now.
kjâm, vt. To engage in games of chance, perceived not as an amusement but as a ritual or divinatory activity.
kjum, vt. To be south (of).
kma-, va. Marks the infinitive mood, used to indicate that a verb is non-finite and has properties of nouns or, in some cases, adverbs.
kmor, n. A marker or post denoting a boundary or the end of a road; a mete or mere.
knâm, n. Definite truth.
kni-, na. Forms a diminutive.
knierań, n. A tall projecting part of a building; a spire.
knifemah, n. A space character.
knimwi, n. A small body of water; pond or puddle.
knitrim, n. A link of a chain.
knitśef, n. A light-lined, erasable writing implement; usually a pencil.
knufot, n. A shortened form of a name; sobriquet; nickname.
knugoz, n. A cottage, hut, or shack (but without negative connotations) used as a dwelling.
knukop, n. Gravel; pebble (when singulative).
knuusâ, n. The lip or rim of a container or bottle.
ko, n. Zero.
kof-, va. Marks the cessative aspect, used to indicate events, actions, or states of being that are ending or about to end.
kôp, vi. To be divided or separated completely.
kop, n. Rock; stone.
kôsšô, pv. The obviate pro-verb; do that.
krâhrêt, vt. To scratch.
kras, n. A product or work, especially an artistic product.
krat, n. City; large settlement, especially if walled.
krâz, n. A system of sound with characteristics or qualities specific to some producer of the sound; voice.
krejt, n. Flesh; meat; (when singulative) a piece of meat.
kreš, vt. To annihilate; destroy; reduce to nothingness.
krukhampfarôk, prop. The star Krukhanvarak.
kse, vt. To incise; to cut.
ksîś, n. (//not in-world//) A canid; a wolf or fox.
ksôjm, n. A human to whom one is or was mutually attached and to whom one has an obligation to remain attached; spouse; wife; husband; fiance; fiancee; etc.
ksôksôjm, n. Used to refer to the foreign concept of “spouse” proper when contrasted with a person to whom one is “bonded”; spouse; wife; husband.
ktos, n. A piece of an organismal endoskeleton; bone.
ktôtûs, n. The yield of harvesting; harvest.
ktum, vi. To be heavy.
ktût, vt. To dig (in some material).
ku​, part. The negative interrogative particle, prepended to a word to be questioned to turn a declarative statement into a polar question with a stated expectation or implication of a negative answer.
kûk, vt. To be capable of; to be able to; can.
kûn, n. Head; a part of an organism that contains its brain or brain-analogue and which is situated at its anterior end.
kut, vt. To place in a ladle or spoon //vel cetera//; to ladle.
kwa-, na. Converts the verb into a noun meaning «to be a member of the set of [the marked noun]s».
kza-, na. Converts a noun or pro-form into a noun or pro-form referencing something that is not the referent of the original noun or pro-form; no, no-, non-.
kzapahwes, padv. For no motivating reason; for no purpose.

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