KANGAROO anim. noun; heebetookuu, pl. heebetookuuhuuho' (means: "big mouse")
KAOLIN (white clay for ceremonial painting) nookoobe'
KEEN I am keen (quick, alert): ceniinonooneihinoo; he (she) was keen: nihciinonooneiht
KEEP I am keeping (have in my possession) horses: niinii3nouu woxhooxebii; I am keeping him (her): nenii3no'; he (she) is keeping him (her): nenii3inoot; I am keeping it: nenii3inowoo; keep quiet!: teitooneihi; keep an eye on him (her)!: honoyoohowunee; keep an eye on it!: honoyoohooto
KEEP AT keep at it: niihoniitowoo; I will keep at it: heetniihotniitowoonoo
KEEPER keeper of something: nenii3iiyei'it; he (she) is carrying a pipe: neniibiicoooneet
KERCHIEF niise'eici, pl. niise'eicihino
KETTLE 3ouho'yoo, pl. 3ouho'yoono
KEY koonootoo'hoe, pl. koonootoo'hoeno; he (she) has just lost the key: heenetiit koonootoo'hoe; he (she) lost the key: nih'enetiit koonootoo'hoe; don't lose the key!: ciibeh'enetii koonotoo'hoe
KICK I am kicking him: too'(o)xono' (anim. obj.) (e.g., ball: kokoho'owooo) ; I am kicking you: too'(o)xone3en; he (she) is kicking me: too'(o)xoneinoo; he (she) is kicking him (her): too'(o)xonoot; I am kicking it: too'oxowoo; you are kicking it: too'oxow; he (she) is kicking it: too'uxo'; he (she) kicked the bucket (died): too'uxo'; he (she) kicks (habitually, e.g., a horse): niito'(o)xowoot; don't kick him (her)!: ciibehtoo'(o)xoninee
KICKER (one that kicks) anim. noun; to'xowouuhuu
KID I am kidding you: niicoo'obe3en, conoo'obe3en; he (she ) is kidding him (her): conoo'owoot; he (she) likes to kid: niicoo'utowoot; don't kid me!: ciibehcihcou'(u)wu
KID (a young oat) biixoxko'neenote'uusoo; my kid (child): netei'yooniib; my kids (children): netei'yooniiwo'
KIDNEY anim. noun; tii3i3, obv. sg., pl., obv. pl. tii3i3ii; (old form) someone's kidney: betiii3i3; my kidney: netii3i3
KILL I have killed him (her): nonoh'o'; I will kill him (her): heetnoh'o'; I killed him (her): nih'noh'o'; I will kill you: heetneh'e3en; he (she) is killing him (her): nonoh'oot; kill him (her)!: neh(e)'in(ee); kill them!: neenee'inee; don't kill me!: ciibehneih'i
KILLDEER anim. noun; ti'iihii, pl. ti'iihiiho'
KILLER anim. noun; neh'eihii
KIN my kin: neito'ei (sg.); his (her) kin: hiniito'ein, pl. hiniito'eino; my kin(folk): neito'eino'
KIND (category) this kind (inan.): nuhu' heesoo'; this kind (anim.): nehe' hee3eiht; what kind of horse is it (what does the horse look like)?: tou3iht nehe' woxhoox; what kind is it (inan.)?: tousoo
KIND he (she) is kind (generous): hiisiine'etiit; I am kind to him: niineeni'iho'; he (she) is kind to him (her): niineeni'ihoot
KING (in cards) bo'te' (red hat)
KINGFISHER anim. noun; niinebeh'eeet, pl. niinebeh'ee3i'
KIOWA anim. noun; niiciiheihiinen, pl. niiciiheihiinenno'; Kiowa tribe: niiciiheihiiteen
KIRBY DRAW (area in Wyoming) niihoonouute' ("yellow ridge")
KISS I am kissing you: neniitene3en; I am kissing him (her): neniiteno'; he (she) is kissing him (her): neniitenoot; kiss me!: cihniiteni; they kiss each other: neniiteneti3i'
KIT (a set of related articles) ciiyoono
KIT-FOX MEN nouuhnenno'
KITTEN anim. noun; wo'ouusoo; kitten!: wo'ouun (voc.)
KNEE anim. noun; ce'iiteyei, pl. ce'iiteyeino'; my knee: nece'iiteyei; his (her) knee: hice'iiteyein (obv.)
KNIFE wooxe, pl. wooxoho; my knife: nowooxe; his (her) knife: hiwooxe, pl. hiwooxoho; I have a sharp knife: toox'oonooxuheenoo; this knife is sharp: tooxu'oo' nuhu' wooxe; this knife is very sharp: nonoo3iiyoo' nuhu' wooxe; I have a knife on me: neniiwooxoheenoo, honootohwoonoo wooxe
KNIT he (she) is knitting: nooxuyeit
KNOCK I am knocking (making a pounding noise): wooteiheinoo; he (she) knocked me down: nih'one3eiheinoo (by a blow or with a club), nihto'osiwoot (by tackling), nih'onkuu3einoo (in wrestling); knock him down (by tackling)!: to'sibin
KNOT it is knotted (tied with a knot): cee'eekuhu'
KNOW I know it: hee'inowoo; you know it: hee'inow; he (she) knows it: hee'ino'; they know it: heii'no'u; I know him (her): hee'inono'; he (she) knows him (her): hee'ninoot; I know you: hee'none3en; do you know it?: koohee'in; do you know him (her)?: koohee'nonoo; you had better know it (learn it)!: hei'noo, pl. hei'nowu'; you had better know it (remember it)!: toyou'uuwu
KNOWLEDGEABLE I am knowledgeable: hee'eihnoo; he (she) is knowledgeable: hee'eiht, hee'iyei'it (he, she knows something)