K.
K.
K.C.B.
K.G.
K.K.
K.O.B. (i.e. the King’s Own Borderers).
Ka Me, Ka Thee.
Ka’aba (Arabic, ka’bah, a square house).
Kab’ibonok’ka (North - American Indian).
Kadris.
Kaffir (Arabic, Kâfir, an infidel).
Kai-Omurs (the mighty Omurs),
Kai-an’ians.
Kail’yal (2 syl.).
Kain Hens.
Kaiser.
Kajak.
Ka’led
Kaleda (Sclavonic mythology).
Kali.
Kaliyu’ga.
Kalmar’.
Kalmucks
Kalpa.
Kalpa-Tarou.
Kalyb.
Kam.
Kâma.
Ka’mi.
Kamsin.
Kansas,
Kansas.
Karaites [Scripturists].
Karma.
Karma’thians.
Karoon or Korah.
Karrows.
Kaswa (Al).
Katerfelto.
Katharine or Kathari’na.
Kathay’.
Katmir.
Kay or Sir Key.
Kayward.
Keber’.
Kebla.
Kebla-Noma.
Kedar’s Tents.
Ke’derli.
Ked’jeree’.
Keel-hauling or -haling.
Keelman (A).
Keelson or Kelson.
Keening.
Keep Down (To).
Keep House (To).
Keep Touch.
Keep Up (To).
Keep at Arm’s Length (To).
Keep Body and Soul Together (To).
Keep Company with (To).
Keep Good Hours (To).
Keep it Dark.
Keep One’s Countenance (To).
Keep One’s Own Counsel (To).
Keep your Breath to Cool your Porridge.
Keep your Powder Dry.
Keepers.
Keha’ma.
Kelpie or Kelpy.
Kelso Convoy (A).
Ke’ma.
Kemp’fer-Hau’sen.
Kempis.
Ken or Kiun.
Kendal Green.
Kenelm (St.)
Kenna.
Kenna Quhair [I know not where].
Kenne.
Kennedy.
Kennel.
Ken’no.
Ken’sington.
Kent (Latin, Can’tium),
Kent’s Hole.
Kent Street Ejectment.
Kentish Fire.
Kentish Moll.
Kentishmen’s Tails.
Kentucky (U.S. America),
Kepler’s Fairy.
Kepler’s Laws (Johann Kepler, 1571–1630):
Kerchief of Plesaunce.
Kerna.
Kernel (Anglo-Saxon, cyrnel, a diminutive of corn; seed in general),
Kersey.
Kerseymere.
Ker’zereh or Kerz’rah.
Keso’ra.
Kestrel.
Ketch.
Ketch.
Ketchup.
Ketmir or Katmir.
Kettle (A),
Kettle of Fish.
Kettledrum.
Kettledrummle (Gabriel.)
Kev’in (St.),
Kex,
Key.
Key-cold.
Key-stone.
Key and the Bible (A).
Key of a Cipher
Key of the Mediterranean.
Key of Russia.
Key of Spain.
Keys.
Keys
Keys (The House of).
Keyne (St.).
Khedive d’Egypte.
Khorassan [Region of the Sun].
Ki.
Kiak-Kiak (god of gods).
Kick (A).
Kick Over the Traces (To).
Kick the Beam (To).
Kick the Bucket (To).
Kick Up a Row (To).
Kickshaws.
Kicksy-wicksy.
Kid (A).
Kid (A).
Kidderminster Poetry.
Kidnapper (A).
Kidney.
Kilda (St.).
Kilda’re (2 syl.)
Kildare’s Holy Fane.
Kilken’ny
Kilkenny Cats.
Kill (A).
Kill Two Birds with One Stone (To).
Killed by Inches.
Killed by Kindness.
Killing.
Killing-stone,
Killing no Murder.
Kilmansegg (Miss).
Kilmarnock Cowls.
Kilmarth Rocks (Scotland).
Kilwinning,
Kin, Kind.
Kindhart.
King.
King.
King Ban.
King Cash,
King Cole.
King Cotton.
King Estmere (2 syl.)
King Franco’ni.
King Horn
King Log.
King-maker.
King Mob.
King Pétaud.
King Ryence,
King Stork.
King-of-Arms.
King of Bark.
King of Bath.
King of Beasts.
King of Dalkey.
King of Khorassan.
King of Metals.
King of Misrule.
King of Painters.
King of Preachers.
King of Rome.
King of Shreds and Patches.
King of Spain’s Trampeter (The).
King of Terrors.
King of Waters.
King of Yvetot (pron. Ev-to).
King of the Bean (roi de la fève).
King of the Beggars
King of the Forest.
King of the Herrings (The).
King of the Jungle (The).
King of the Peak (The).
King of the Sea (The).
King of the Teign.
King of the World (Shah-Jehan).
King of the World.
King Chosen by the Neighing of a Horse (A).
King Over the Water (The).
King’s [or Queen’s] Bench.
King’s Cave.
King’s Chair.
King’s Crag.
King’s Cross.
King’s Evil.
King’s Keys.
King’s Men.
King’s Mess (The).
King’s Oak (The).
King’s Picture.
King’s Quhair.
King’s Cheese goes half in Paring.
King’s Hanoverian White Horse (The).
King’s Own Scottish Borderers (The).
Kings.
Kings, etc., of England.
Kings have Long Hands.
Kings may override Grammar.
Kingly Titles.
Kingdom Come.
Kingsale.
Kingsley’s Stand,
Kingston Bridge.
Kingston - on - Thames.
Kingstown (Ireland),
Kingswood Lions.
Kinless Loons.
Kiosk’.
Kirk of Skulls.
Kirke-grim.
Kirke’s Lambs.
Kirkrap’ine (3 syl.).
Kismet.
Kiss,
Kiss Hands (To).
Kiss the Book.
Kiss the Dust.
Kiss the Hare’s Foot (To).
Kiss the Mistress (To).
Kiss the Rod (To).
Kiss behind the Garden Gate (A).
Kiss given to a Poet.
Kiss the Gunner’s Daughter (To)
Kiss the Place to make it Well.
Kissing-comfit.
Kissing-crust.
Kissing the Hand.
Kissing the Pope’s Toe.
Kissing under the Mistletoe.
Kist-vaen (The).
Kist of Whistles (A).
Kist’nerap’pan.
Kit. (Anglo-Saxon, kette, a cist or box [of tools].)
Kit.
Kit-cat Club.
Kit Cats.
Kit’s Coty House,
Kitchen.
Kitchenmaid (Mrs.).
Kite (A),
Kite-flying.
Kitely (2 syl.).
Kittle of Fish.
Klaus (Peter).
Klephts (The)
Knack.
Knave.
Knave of Hearts (A).
Knave of Sologne (A).
Knee.
Knee Tribute.
Kneph.
Knickerbocker (Die’drich).
Knickerbockers.
Knife
Knife
Knife and Fork.
Knifeboard.
Knight
Knight Rider Street (London).
Knight of La Mancha.
Knight of the Bleeding Heart.
Knight of the Cloak (The).
Knight of the Couching Leopard (The).
Knight of the Order of John-William (A).
Knight of the Post.
Knight of the Rueful Countenance.
Knight’s Fee.
Knight’s Ward (The).
Knights.
Knights Bachelors.
Knights Bannerets.
Knights Baronets.
Knights Errant.
Knights of Carpetry
Knights of Industry.
Knights of Labour.
Knights of Malta
Knights of St. Crispin.
Knights of St. Patrick.
Knights of the Bag.
Knights of the Bath.
Knights of the Blade.
Knights of the Chamber
Knights of the Cleaver.
Knights of the Garter.
Knights of the Green Cloth.
Knights of the Handcuffs.
Knights of the Hare.
Knights of the Holy Sepulchre.
Knights of the Order of the Golden Fleece.
Knights of the Pencil.
Knights of the Pestle or Knights of the Pestle and Mortar.
Knights o’ the Post.
Knights of the Rainbow.
Knights of the Road.
Knights of the Round Table.
Knights of the Shears.
Knights of the Shell.
Knights of the Shire.
Knights of the Spigot.
Knights of the Swan.
Knights of the Stick.
Knights of the Thistle.
Knights of the Whip.
Knighten Guild,
Knipperdollings.
Knock Under (To).
Knocked into a Cocked Hat.
Knockers.
Knot.
Knot and Bridle (A).
Knots of May.
Knotted Stick is Planed (The).
Knotgrass.
Knout (1 syl.)
Know Thyself.
Know the Fitting Moment.
Know Your Own Mind.
Know-Nothings.
Knows which Side his Bread is Buttered (He).
Knowledge-box (Your).
Knox’s Croft,
Knuckle-duster.
Knuckle Under (To).
Kobold.
Kochla’ni.
Koh-i-Nûr [Mountain of light].
Kohol or Kohl.
Koli or the Kolis.
Konx Ompax.
Koppa.
Korân,
Kor’rigans
Koumiss or Kumiss.
Kraal.
Kraken.
Kratim.
Kremlin (The).
Krems White
Kreuzer (pron. kroit-zer).
Kriem’hild (2 syl.).
Krish’na (the black one).
Kriss Kringle.
Kri’ta.
Krupp Gun.
Krupp Steel.
Ku-Klux-Klan (The).
Ku’dos.
Ku’fic.
Kufic Coins.
Kumara [youthful].
Kurd.
Kursaal.
Kuru.
Ky’anise (3 syl.).
Kyle,
Kyrie Elei’son [Ki-ri-e E-li-s’n].
Kyrle Society (The).

 
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