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kiose

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: very little: tiny
    Example Sentence: That thing is so kiose.
    Submitted by: Adri from Philippines on 08/28/2008 07:34

kire

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: very tired from running
    Word History: 2007
    Example Sentence: He was so kire in the marathon.
    Submitted by: J.J. from B.C., Canada on 10/03/2007 11:34

kirkspur

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: cute: pretty
    Word History: It just came to me.
    Example Sentence: That puppy is so kirkspur!
    Submitted by: Qianying from Ohio, USA on 09/19/2007 12:31

kiston

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a mystery movie
    Word History: derived from the movie title "Kit Kittredge: An American Girl"
    Example Sentence: Let's go see a kiston!
    Submitted by: The Zachmeister from Vermont, U.S.A. on 07/14/2008 09:36

kitcat

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a cat that is one year old
    Example Sentence: I have a kitcat who still plays like a kitten.
    Submitted by: Anonymous from NSW, Australia on 03/28/2010 06:28

kite-o-matic

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a kite that can be flown without string or wind
    Example Sentence: I am going to use my kite-o-matic.
    Submitted by: Anonymous on 07/09/2007 02:13

kiteaway

  1. Function: verb
    Definition: to fly away like a kite
    Example Sentence: My kite kiteawayed one day.
    Submitted by: Macy from KS, USA on 01/22/2008 10:55

kiterson

  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a person who likes to fly kites
    Example Sentence: He is a kiterson.
    Submitted by: KET from Alaska, USA on 10/18/2009 06:04

kitschy

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: cheap in construction or tacky in style
    Example Sentence: This is a kitschy restaurant.
    Submitted by: Princess on 10/13/2007 10:07

kitsunic

  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: very sneaky and stealthy
    Word History: kitsune is Japanese for "fox"
    Example Sentence: The kitsunic spy completed his mission without being spotted by the enemy.
    Submitted by: Nina from New York, USA on 11/17/2010 09:16