List of terms: K › A–Z

  • kânu (Verb) "to be firm; to provide proof; to convict; to establish"
  • kišpī (Noun form) see kišpū "sorcery"
  • kišpū (Noun) "sorcery, witchcraft; evil; spell"
  • kur (Noun form) see kurru "measurement of capacity"
  • kurrī (Noun form) see kur "measurement of capacity"
  • kurru (Noun) "measurement of capacity; unit of capacity;"


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