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K. - KAB.

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K., k.; K. H.. Royal Highness, Imperial Highness; K. M., Royal Majesty, Iniperial Majesty; K. B., Royal Decree, Order in Council; K. M. A., Royal Military Academy.

Kn, v. zie Knal; —<ly k, bank.

Kaag, v. cague, bilander; —schipper, boatman.

Kaai, v. qtiay, wharf, mound, dike; —boef. —looper, loal'er, pier-lounger, porter; — draaier, suttler; —geld, w har lage; — meester, wharfinger.

Kaaiman, m. caiinan, alligator.

Kaak. v. jaw, cheek; gill; pillory; alles door de kaken Jagen, to squander everything; sttyf In de kaken (lig. ), brazen-faced, as bold as brass; met beschaamde kaken staan, to be (stand) sliamefaced; op de — stellen, to (put into the) pillory; de kaken des doods, the jaws of death; Ingevallen kaken, sunken cheeks; de onder—en de boven—, the under (nether)- and the upperjaw; —been, jaw-bone; —klier, mazillar gland; —mes, guting-knife ; —slag, box on the ear, blow in the face; —Je, o. plumcake.

Kaal, bv. bald, callow, stripped, naked, leafless, bare, threadbare, poor, shabby; — hoofdig man, bald-headed man ; — broedsel, callow brood; een kale Jas, a threadbare coat; kale hoornen, leatless (bare) trees; — gekleed, shabbily dressed; een kale meneer, a shabby-genteel man; een — maal, a poor (scanty) dinner; kale rotsen, naked rocks ; — maar knap, poor but clean; er — afkomen, to be balked, to come off with disgrace, to come oir with a llea in one's ear; —kin, beardless fellow, btripling; —kop, —oor, bald-pate ; —poot, pigeon with naked feet; — achtig, bv. rat hor bald, poorish ; — lieid, v. baldness, nakedness, nudity, threadbareness, poorness, shabbiness.

Kaam, v. mould; —achtig, bv. mouldy.

Kaamsel, o. mould.

Kaan, v. boat; inelted taliow, greaves.

Kaap, v. cape, promontory; te — varen, to po out-privateering; —stander, capstan; — vonrder, privateer, cruiser. freebooter; — vaart, privateering; —sclt, bv. belonging to the Cape (of Good Hope);—e ezel, zebra.

Kaar, v. cauf, stew.

Kaard e, v. teasel, (carding-) thistle; woolcard; —ehol, fuller's thistle; —en<listel, carding-thistle; —enmaker, card-maker, —ensteker, cleaner of cards; —en, ov. w. to card; —er, m. —ster, (woel-)carder; —sel, o. carded wool, cardings.

Kaars, v. candie, taper (= waskaars); dip, tallow-candle (*= smeerkaars) i —smeer, —vet, tallow; —vorm, dipping-mould; —epit, wiek ; — enbak, — enkist, —enlade,

candle-box; — enkatoen, candle-cotton, cotton for wicks; —enmaker, tallow-chandler; —cnmakery, -enwlnkel, (tallow )-chandler's shop.

Kaart, v. card, chart (zeekaart); map (land* kaart); — spelen, to play at card*; de gekken krUgen de —, fortune favours fools; Iemand in de — kijken, to look into a. o.'s cards, to spy a. o.'s doings-, de — leggen. to teil fortune by the cards; iemand In de — spelen, to play into one's hands; een pak kaarten, a pack of cards; de —en geven, to deal the cards; de —en vergeven, to inisdeal the cards; «Ie —en schudden, to shuttle the cards; de —en afnemen, to cut the cards; —legster, fortune-teller (upon the cards); —spel, game of cards; —spelen, card-playingr;—speler, —speelster, card-player; —enblad,(single) card, card-paper; —engeld, card-tnoney; —enliuis, house of cards; airy castle; -enkooper, card-seller; dealer in maps; —enmaker, card-maker; designer of maps (charts); —enpapier, card-paper, paste-board; —enwlnkel, card-shop, map-shop; —en, on. w. to play at cards; — tje, o. card, ticket; een

— nemen naar A„ to book for A.; een retour —, a return-ticket.

Kaas, v, cheese; —boer, —maker, cheesemaker; —bord, clieese-dish ; —hut, Swiss cottage; —Jager, piggler, old fumbier; — kamer, cheese-room, dairy; —kleursel, annatto; —kooper, cheese-monger; —korf, cheene-lmrdle; —leb, runnet, rennet; — made, cheese-mite; —markt.clieese-market; —mat, —vorm.cheese-frame ; —vat, cheesevat; —wel, whey; —winkel, cheese-shop;

— wrongel, curds; —aehtlg, bv. caseous, cheesy; —Jeskruid, mallow.

Kaats, v. chase ; de — teeketien, to mark the chase; to have an eye to the mainchance; —baan, tennis-court; —hal, tennishall; —meester, keeper of a tennis-court; —net, racket; —spel, tennis; —zeef, tambori —en, on. w. to play at tennis; wie kaatst moet den bal verwachten, ifyou play at bowls you must look out for rubbers; —er, m. tennis-player; —l»»g, v. playing at tennis.

Kabaal, v. dressing-gown, short cotton jacket.

Kabas, v. hand-banket, work-bag; — seu, ov. w. to filch, to pilfer.

Kabbel en, on. w. to ripple, to murmur; — stroom, rippling-brook; —ing, v. rippling, babbling.

Kabel, in. cable, hawser (dunne kabel); een kink in deu —, a hitcli somewhere, an impediment, something wrong ; hjj kopt van den —, he outruns the constable; — gareu, rope-yarn ; —gast, cabin-boy; —gat.

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