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<poem> Jcs-tu'ri (Sk.), musk; see kas- iuri. k-su'ma (Sk.), a flower. k-ta'geh, craving (e.g. for opium). fc-tam', a crab. Cf. kpitirg. k-tam', a small knife with which rice is harvested; a carpen- ter's plane. k-ta'paig, the Indian almond tree. k-tat', tight fitting. Cf. loiy- gar. "k-ta'wa, to laugh ; see tertawa. k-tr (Sk.) (33), one hundred thousand. "k-ti'ak, armpit. k-ti'ka (Sk.), time, period, mo- ment; also kutika. k-ti'ka. yaiy ba'ik, a favourable time. pa'da k-ti'ka i'iu, at that time. s-k-ti'ka la'ma-rya, a moment, a short time. k-tiig', the leg below the calf. m-rg-tirg', to hamstring. k-tok', m-ry-tok' (146), to knock, rap. Cf. tpok. ber-k-tok', to cackle. p--rg-tok', a knocker, mallet, gavel. k-to'poig, helmet. k-tul', a lump, a loaf. k-tu'pat, rice cooked in an en- velope of palm leaf. ku' (13), possessive pronoun of the first person; also used as an abbreviation of aku when immediately preceding a verb of which it is the sub- ject. ku-ah/, gravy, sauce. ku'ak, m-rgu'ak, to low, bellow (of cattle). ku-a'Ia, the mouth of a river where it enters the sea or flows into another river. ku-a'Ii, a cooking pot or pan, of iron or earthenware. Cf. prick. ku-a'sa (Sk.), power, strength, authority, attorney. Cf. kitat. b-ri' ku-a'sa, to empower, au- thorise. ma'lia ku-a'sa, almighty. su'rat ku-a'sa, power of attor- ney. ku-at' (Ar.), strength, force, power; strorg. Cf. kuasa. ku-at'kan, to strengthen. k-ku-a'tan, strength. kuatir, see khuaiir. ku'baig, ber-ku'barg, a wallow; to wallow. ku'bu, a ramjiart, parapet, earth- work, stockade, fort. Cf. bentem and kota. -i ii x ku'bur (Ar.), tomb, sepulchre. ku'bur-kan, to bury, inter. Cf. tanam. p-ku'bu-ran, cemetery, burial ground. ku'chai (Chin.), garlic. ku'chiig, cat. ku'chirg blan'da, rabbit. ku'rhirg hu'tan, wild cat. a'nak ku'chirg, kitten. ku'chup, a kiss ; also lechup. Cf. chium. ku'da, a horse; the trusses sup- porting a roof; one of the pieces in the game of chess; see chat in: ku'da ja-hat', a vicious horse.