Nouns Starting with K


Starting with KA
  1. kaaba
  2. kabbalah
  3. kabbalism
  4. kabbalist
  5. kabob
  6. kabul
  7. kachaturian
  8. kachin
  9. kachina
  10. kachinic
  11. kadai
  12. kadikoy
  13. kaffir
  14. kaffir boom
  15. kaffir bread
  16. kaffir corn

Starting with KE
  1. kea
  2. kean
  3. keaton
  4. keats
  5. keb
  6. kebab
  7. keble
  8. kechua
  9. kechuan
  10. kedah
  11. kedgeree
  12. keel
  13. keelboat
  14. keeled garlic
  15. keelson
  16. keen
  17. keenness
  18. keep
  19. keeper
  20. keepsake
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Starting with KH
  1. khabarovsk
  2. khachaturian
  3. khadafy
  4. khaddar
  5. khadi
  6. khaki
  7. khakis
  8. khalif
  9. khalifah
  10. khalka
  11. khalkha
  12. khalsa
  13. khama
  14. khamsin
  15. khamti
  16. khan
  17. khanate
  18. khanty
  19. kharkiv
  20. kharkov
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Starting with KI
  1. ki
  2. kiaat
  3. kiang
  4. kib
  5. kibble
  6. kibbutz
  7. kibbutznik
  8. kibe
  9. kibibit
  10. kibibyte
  11. kibit
  12. kibitzer
  13. kichaga
  14. kichai
  15. kick
  16. kickapoo
  17. kickback
  18. kicker
  19. kickoff
  20. kickshaw
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Starting with KL
  1. klaipeda
  2. klamath
  3. klamath falls
  4. klammath weed
  5. klansman
  6. klaproth
  7. klaus fuchs
  8. klavern
  9. klavier
  10. klaxon
  11. klebsiella
  12. klee
  13. klein
  14. kleist
  15. klemens metternich
  16. kleptomania
  17. kleptomaniac
  18. klick
  19. klimt

Starting with KN
  1. knack
  2. knacker
  3. knackwurst
  4. knapsack
  5. knapweed
  6. knave
  7. knavery
  8. knawe
  9. knawel
  10. knee
  11. kneecap
  12. kneel
  13. kneeler
  14. kneepan
  15. knell
  16. knesset
  17. knesseth
  18. knickerbockers
  19. knickers
  20. knickknack
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Starting with KO
  1. ko
  2. koala
  3. koan
  4. koasati
  5. kob
  6. kobe
  7. kobenhavn
  8. kobo
  9. kobus
  10. koch
  11. kochia
  12. kochia scoparia
  13. kodiak
  14. koellia
  15. koestler
  16. kogia
  17. kohl
  18. kohleria
  19. kohlrabi
  20. koine
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Starting with KR
  1. kraal
  2. kraft
  3. krait
  4. krakatao
  5. krakatau
  6. krakatoa
  7. krakau
  8. krakow
  9. krasner
  10. kraurosis
  11. krauthead
  12. krebs
  13. kreisler
  14. kremlin
  15. krigia
  16. krigia bulbosa
  17. krigia dandelion
  18. krill
  19. kris
  20. krishna
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Starting with KS
  1. kshatriya

Starting with KU
  1. ku kluxer
  2. kuala lumpur
  3. kuan yin
  4. kuangchou
  5. kubla khan
  6. kublai kaan
  7. kublai khan
  8. kubrick
  9. kuchean
  10. kudos
  11. kudu
  12. kudu lily
  13. kudzu
  14. kudzu vine
  15. kuenlun
  16. kuhn
  17. kui
  18. kuiper
  19. kukenaam
  20. kuki
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Starting with KV
  1. kvass
  2. kvetch

Starting with KW
  1. kwa
  2. kwacha
  3. kwai
  4. kwajalein
  5. kwakiutl
  6. kwangchow
  7. kwangju
  8. kwangtung
  9. kwannon
  10. kwanza
  11. kwanzaa
  12. kwashiorkor
  13. kweek
  14. kwela

Starting with KY
  1. ky
  2. kyanite
  3. kyat
  4. kyd
  5. kylie
  6. kylix
  7. kymograph
  8. kyoto
  9. kyphosidae
  10. kyphosis
  11. kyphosus
  12. kyrgyz republic
  13. kyrgyzstan
  14. kyushu
  15. kyyiv
  16. kyzyl kum



Nouns that Start with K

We found nouns here and there, everywhere in our daily lives. There are many words that you would never imagine they are nouns. Here is a list of some nouns that start with K.

 

Nouns that start with K denoting emotions and feelings

Keenness: a positive feeling of wanting to push ahead with something.

– He denoted his keenness to finish the trip although the conflicts between them.

 

Kick: the swift release of a store of affective force.

– Mrs. Robinson provided a kick up to the school with her opinion.

 

Kindheartedness: sympathy arising from a kind heart.

– You can tell the woman’s kindheartedness just by looking at her with the children at the hospital.

 

Interesting Nouns with K

 

Kaaba: (Islam) a black stone building in Mecca that is shaped like a cube and that is the most sacred Muslim pilgrim shrine; believed to have been given by Gabriel to Abraham; Muslims turn in its direction when praying.

Kaaba is the most sacred building in Islam.

 

Kachin: Tibeto-Burman languages are spoken in northernmost Burma and adjacent China and India.

– People in Burna still speak Kachin as their first language.

 

Kachina: a carved doll wearing the costume of a particular Pueblo spirit; usually presented to a child as a gift.

– I bought several kachina dolls. All of them are handcrafted with materials such as wood, feathers, and plants.

 

Kaffir: an offensive and insulting term for any Black African.

– He was called “Kaffir Boy” because of his skin color.

 

Kakemono: a Japanese (paper or silk) wall hanging; usually narrow with a picture or writing on it and a roller at the bottom.

– There were beautiful kakemonos hanging from the walls in Kristen’s home.

 

Keg: small cask or barrel.

– My father and grandfather like to serve their beer from a keg. I prefer to drink it from a bottle.

Nouns that start with K referring to events

 

Karaoke: Singing popular songs accompanied by a recording of an orchestra (usually in bars or nightclubs).

– The party was running a bit slow, but it all changed when the karaoke contest started, People loved it!

 

Keratoplasty: a surgical procedure in which part or all of a damaged or diseased cornea is replaced by healthy corneal tissue from a donor.

– He had a keratoplasty last week. He will have to wait a few months before coming back to his activities.

 

Kibbutz: a collective farm or settlement owned by its members in modern Israel; children are reared collectively.

– More people are joining kibbutz nowadays looking for a high quality life and support.

 

Kick off: (football) a kick from the center of the field to start a football game or to resume it after a score.

– The last kick off saved the game; the players couldn’t believe their luck.

 

Nouns that start with K referring to famous people

Khachaturian: Armenian composer who incorporated oriental folk music (1903-1978).

– Aram Khachaturian name is recognized all over the world. His compositions are part of music classics in the last century.

 

Kafka: Czech novelist who wrote in German about a nightmarish world of isolated and troubled individuals (1883-1924).

Kafka’s work became famous after his death,

 

Kaiser Wilhelm: grandson of Queen Victoria and Kaiser of Germany from 1888 to 1918; he was vilified as causing World War I (1859-1941).

Kaiser Wilhelm dreamed about turning Germany into a colonial naval and economic country.

 

Keaton: United States comedian and actor in silent films noted for his acrobatic skills and deadpan face (1895-1966).

– Buster Keaton earned forty dollars a week per his work.

 

Kellogg: United States food manufacturer who (with his brother) developed a breakfast cereal of crisp flakes of rolled and toasted wheat and corn; he established a company to manufacture the cereal (1860-1951).

Kellog founded the Kellogg Company that makes cereals, but he also established the Kellogg Foundation, which donates big amounts of money to charity.

 

Korbut: Soviet gymnast (born in 1955).

– Olga Korbut won several silver and gold medals in 1972 and 1976 Olympic Games.

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