Objects that Start with K


Starting with KA
  1. kaaba
  2. kachina
  3. kaffiyeh
  4. kaftan
  5. kakemono
  6. kalansuwa
  7. kalashnikov
  8. kaleidoscope
  9. kalian
  10. kalpac
  11. kameez
  12. kamet
  13. kamikaze
  14. kanawha
  15. kanchanjanga
  16. kanchenjunga
  17. kansas
  18. kanzu
  19. kaon
  20. karabiner
  21. karakoram
  22. kasai
  23. kat
  24. katharometer
  25. kattegatt
  26. kayak
  27. kazoo

Starting with KE
  1. keel
  2. keelboat
  3. keelson
  4. keep
  5. keepsake
  6. keg
  7. kennel
  8. kepi
  9. keratoscope
  10. kerb
  11. kerbstone
  12. kerchief
  13. kern
  14. ketamine
  15. ketch
  16. kettle
  17. kettledrum
  18. key
  19. keyboard
  20. keyhole
  21. keypad
  22. keystone



Starting with KH
  1. khaddar
  2. khadi
  3. khaki
  4. khakis
  5. khan
  6. khat
  7. khimar
  8. khukuri

Starting with KI
  1. kibble
  2. kicksorter
  3. kickstand
  4. kiley
  5. kilimanjaro
  6. kiln
  7. kilt
  8. kimono
  9. kinchinjunga
  10. kinescope
  11. king
  12. kingbolt
  13. kingpin
  14. kiosk
  15. kirk
  16. kirpan
  17. kirtle
  18. kissimmee
  19. kit
  20. kitbag
  21. kitchen
  22. kitchenette
  23. kitchenware
  24. kite
  25. kitsch
  26. kivu

Starting with KL
  1. klamath
  2. klavier
  3. klaxon
  4. klystron

Starting with KN
  1. knapsack
  2. knave
  3. knee
  4. kneeler
  5. knickerbockers
  6. knickers
  7. knickknack
  8. knickknackery
  9. knife
  10. knight
  11. knit
  12. knitwear
  13. knitwork
  14. knobble
  15. knobkerrie
  16. knobkerry
  17. knockabout
  18. knockoff
  19. knoll
  20. knot
  21. knout
  22. knuckles
  23. knucks

Starting with KO
  1. kodiak
  2. kohl
  3. kopje
  4. koppie
  5. koto

Starting with KR
  1. kraal
  2. kremlin
  3. kris
  4. krummhorn

Starting with KU
  1. kuenlun
  2. kukenaam
  3. kunlun
  4. kura
  5. kurdistan
  6. kurta

Starting with KY
  1. kylie
  2. kylix
  3. kymograph



Objects that Start with K

It is surprising how many objects around us start with the letter “K”. The following list will help you to learn some new nouns.

 

Furniture that starts with K

Kitchen: a room equipped for preparing meals.

– The new kitchen is gorgeous. I won’t mind cooking there!

 

Kitchenware: hardware utensils for use in a kitchen.

– I prefer to use stainless steel dinnerware. It is more expensive, but the quality is better.

 

Kurdistan: -an oriental rug is woven by Kurds that is noted for fine colors and durability.

Kurdistan rugs are handmade. It takes a lot of work to weave them.

 

Clothing that start with K

Keffiyeh: an Arab headdress consisting of a square piece of cloth folded into a triangle and fastened over the crown by an agal.

– The picture shows a woman wearing a keffiyeh. Her eyes are beautiful.

 

Kalansuwa: a cap that is wrapped around by a turban and worn by Muslim religious elders.

– The monks wore black Kalansuwas always.

 

Kameez: a long tunic was worn by many people from the Indian subcontinent (usually with a salwar or churidars).

– The kameez exhibition showed great pieces designed by Pakistani designers. They are all beautiful and modern.

 

Khadi: a coarse homespun cotton cloth made in India.

– The handwoven khadi has a whole new coming into modern Indian fashion.

 

Kirtle: -a long dress is worn by women. A garment resembling a tunic that was worn by men in the Middle Ages.

– I dress up with a kirtle for the party. It was a medieval themed party.

 

Electronic objects that start with K

Katharometer: measures thermal conductivity.

– The katharometer is used in environmental applications.

Keratoscope: medical instrument to examine the cornea in order to detect irregularities in its anterior surface.

– The ophthalmologist uses a keratoscope to assess the shape of the cornea.

 

Kymograph: scientific instrument consisting of a rotating drum holding paper on which a stylus traces a continuous record (as of breathing or blood pressure).

– A kymograph will be helpful to physiology experiments.

 

Plastic objects that start with K

Kaleidoscope: an optical toy in a tube; it produces symmetrical patterns as bits of colored glass are reflected by mirrors.

– The children made a kaleidoscope at school using a plastic tube, a cd, and colored papers.

 

Kazoo: a toy wind instrument that has a membrane that makes a sound when you hum into the mouthpiece.

– The boys are having fun with their kazoos, although the noise is quite annoying.

 

Keypad: a keyboard that is a data input device for computers; arrangement of keys is modeled after the typewriter keyboard.

– My phone’s keypad doesn’t work correctly anymore.

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