Practice Words: k


keep
verb
to possess; to have for oneself; to not lose, not return, or not change something
key
noun
a small, piece of metal with a particular shape that you can use to operate a lock or start a car “(The key unlocked the door to the house”)
key
adjective
extremely important or necessary (“The key point of democracy is that everyone gets a vote.”)
kick
verb
to hit with the foot
kick
noun
a hit from someone’s foot
kidnap
verb
to seize and take away by force
kidney
noun
cleans liquid wastes from the body
kill
verb
to make dead; to cause to die
kind
noun
sort (“What kind of dog is that?”)
kind
adjective
gentle; caring; helpful
king
noun
a man who rules a country
Kingdom
noun
the 'place' where God rules (this may mean 'Heaven' but it may also mean 'in the hearts of a community of Christians')
kiss
noun
to touch with the mouth to show love or honor
knee
noun
the joint where your upper and lower leg meet and the leg bends, see spotlight_body_diagram.png
knife
noun
a tool or weapon used to cut
know
verb
to understand something as correct; to have the facts about; to recognize someone because you have met and talked together before
knowledge
noun
that which is known; learning or understanding