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Ikóru (animate noun/affix), kingdom, state, nation, empire. Normally used as an affix to describe types of government, eg etserikóru (republic), kaɀikóru (kazhos), or eirakikóru(kingdom), archaically used to refer to the Assai Empire (ikóru-be Asai)
katþ (negation particle), not, no, none. From Old Kaiko atješ, meaning 'and missing'. In Old Kai, the phrase ko atješ was used as a colloquial way of referring to something missing, as in, for example eja rušdek ko atješ (lit. '(he) is a man and missing ') to negate a positive statement. Over time, the phrase was shortened to katþ and its use became much more frequent, eventually becoming the principle particle of negation in Modern Assai.
Kaɀikóru (animate noun), kazhos. From kaɀ, adapted from Metsian: kazh, and -ikóru, meaning 'state'.
Kaɀore (animate noun), country, state, nation. From Metsian: khyezcörhu, meaning 'horde'.
kéraneʃé (regular verb), to take away, to remove.
kíké (regular verb), to let, to allow, to permit
Kiné (irregular verb), four.
Kísuru (animate noun), teacher, professor.
kítaru (exclamation), hello, hi, hey.
kórutaské (regular verb), to speak (a language). From Proto-KaiKhórhÿtešik, meaning 'language'.
Kórutasku (animate noun), language, tongue. From Proto-KaiKhórhÿtešik, meaning 'language'.
kuré (regular verb), to go, to travel. From Proto-Kaigürkáje, meaning 'to go' or 'to move towards'. Kai cognates: guramek ('to come').
maé (irregular verb), to have, to possess. Conjugation as follows:
Conjugation of aié.
matara (inanimate noun), coat, jacket.
meá (exclamation, colloquialism, adjective), of course, naturally, no problem, no worries, all good.
Meka (inanimate noun), time.
Meru (animate noun), person, human, man.
Meʃu (inanimate noun), house, residence, home.
Mirá (inanimate noun), hunger. From Proto-Kaiimärjuk, meaning 'wanting'.
Momer (inanimate noun), singularity, the quality which makes something unique or alone.
momeru (adjective), single, singular.
Momo (inanimate noun), one, a single, single, singularity.