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—kot, cable-tier, -stage, «room; —kleed, . keckling; —rand, bordtr in the form of a ; cable; — «leg, cable-laid ; —strik, spring:; | —touw, cable; —«lengte, cable's length; —spoorweg,wire-rope railway; —telegram, cable-grain.

Kabelaring, v. voyal, voyol, messenger. Kabeljauw, m. cod, codflsh; een spiering uitgooien om een — te vangen, to bait | with a sprat to catch a mackerel; —visacherU, codflshery.

Kabinet, o. cabinet, closet (water-closet; W. C.); mlnistry, cabinet, government; schilderyen—, picture-gallery; collection of pictures; —maker, cabinet-inaker, joiner; —«• bevel, royal writ; cabinet order; —«kwestie, decisive question ; —stuk, government order, cabinet document j —sraad, cabinetcounoil.

Kabouter, m. urchin, jack-in-office, elf,

gnome; —mannetje, hobgoblin.

Kabuis, v. cooking-hut, caboose; —kool,

pickled cabbape.

Kachel, v. stove; —borstel, black-l(*ad brusli; -gruis, —kolen, small coals forstoves; —rooster, grate; —vuur, stove-fire. Kadaster, o. cadastre, official register of real property; bureau vnn het—,cadastral office.

Kade, v. zie Kaal.

Kader, o. skeleton (of the militia, trainbands), cadre.

Kadet, m. cadet; kadetje, o. roll.

Katlraal, v. sutler's boat; —en, on. w. to

sell provisions; —er, m. sutler.

Kaf, o. chatt'; —zak, bolster; —dorschen, to carry coals to Newcastle; het — vau het koren scheideu, to separate ciiafT from wheat; to sift husk from grain; als — voor den wind verstuiven, to be blown away like chaff; geen koren zonder —, no wheat without tares.

Kajuit, v. cabin; eerste —, saloon; de groote —, ward-room •, eerste —«passagiers, saloon-passengers; tweede —spassagiers, second-class passengers; —«Jongen, —swacliter, cabin-boy.

Kak, m. excrements, turd; veel — maken, to make a great hubbub (fuss); —hiel, chilblained heel, sloven ; —huis, privy, house of office;—maker,hubbub-maker; —schooltje, babies' school; —stoel, babies' close-stool. Kakebeen, o. jaw-bone.

Kakel aar, m. cliatterer, tattler; — anrster,

v. prater, gossip; —ary, v. tittle-tattle. Kakelbont, bv. party-coloured, variegated, cheque red.

Kakelen, on. w. to cackle (of fowls), to

chatter, to tattle, to pabble, to gossip. Kak en, ov. w. to cure, to gut, to souse

(herrings); —er, m. curer, souser. Kakkerlak, m. cock-roach, black-beetle; —Je,

o. joke, pretext.

Kakketoe, v. cockatoo, popioja'y. Kalamynsteen, m. calamine.

Kalauilnk, o. calatnauco.

Kalander, v. weevil, corn-mite (zwart insect), jfloss (glans), calender («oort van mangel); —molen, calender; —aar, m. calenderer; —en, ov. w. to calender; —y, v. calendering-house.

Kalbas, Kalebas, v. calabash, gourd.

Kales, v. calash, open carriage.

Kalf, o. calf, lintei (bovendeur of veuater), cross-beam (koppelbalk); een — maken, to vomit; als *t — verdronken is,demnt men den put, when the steed is stolen the stable-door is sliut; het gouden — aanbidden, to worship the golden calf; hy is een —, he is a kind-hearted simpleton, a froody-goody; als de kalveren op het Hs dansen, at the Greek caiends, on a cold day in August; een nuchter—,anew-born calf; een gemest —, a fattened calf; —sborst, breast of veal; — sbout, leg ofveal; — •gebraad, roast veal; —skarbonade, veal-cutlet, veal-steak; — skop, calf's head; —stapje, veal-cutlet; —leder, —leer, calf, calf-leather; —sleeren, calf; — slever, calf's liver; — slong, calf's iights; —«nat, vealbroth ; —snier, calf's kidney; — «nierstuk, loin of veal; —«omloop, calf's pluck; — «oogen, calf's eyes, large eyes ; dish of Bpinnge and poached eggs; —srib, calf's rib, veal-cutlet; —sschyf, fillet of veal; —•schinkel, knuckle of veal; —ssoep, calf's soup; —«vel, calf's skin, ♦ hide, drum; — «vleesch, veal; —«voet, calf's foot, cuckoopint, wake-robbin (de Aaronskelk, eene bloem). —szwezerik, sweet-bread.

Kalfaat hamer, ra. caiking-hammer; —yzer,

o. calking-iron.

Kalfat en, ov. w. to calk, to manage, to put into order; —eraar, m. calker; —eren, ov. w. to calk.

Kali, o. kali, potash, potassa.

Kaliber, o. caliber, calibre, quality; van hetzelfde —, (lett.) of a (the same) calibre, (lig.) of the same die or stamp.

Kalif, m. caliph; —aat, o. caliphate.

Kalis, m. tatterdemalion.shabby fellow.beggar. Kalk, v. lime; gebluschte en ongeblu«chte —, slaked andquick lime; i»»et«el—, mortar; pleiater—, piaster; — bak, liod; — brander, —maker, litne-burner; —branden, burning of lime; —branderij, —oven, limekiin; —brok, piece of old dry plastsr; — gruis, rubbish of dry mortar; —houdend, calcareous; —kwast, lime-brush; —meel, slaked lime; —put, lime-pit; —steen, limestone; —water, lime-water, white-wash; — en, ov. w. to roughcast, to piaster, to stcep in lime; —arhtlg, bv. calcareous.

Kalkoen, n». turkey; —sche haan, turkeycock; —sclie lieu, turkey-hen; — met worstjes omhangen, alderman in chains; —tje wijn, of a bottle of wine.

Kali en, on. w. to chatter, to prattle; — als pater Brugman, the gift of tlis gab, to talk away nineteen to the dozen; —er, m. chatterer, prattler.

Kalui, bv. bw. calm (-ly), coraposed (-ly);

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