Kuru H (or )-English Dictionary Volume 2

Kuru H (or )-English Dictionary Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1903 edition. Excerpt: ...diffioult. Kokorombo manna, to be difficult. Kokro, cook. Kokro mokro manna, to be crooked, bent. Kokrarna, kan, an, to be cramped, convulsed. Kokrara, wrinkled. Kokro'eoo'e-pump, the oook's oomb-flower. Koksro, saok, bag. Kola ka'ana, to suffer from diarrhoea. Kolgo-ghasi, a kind of grass. Kollam, adj. distressed, grieved, penitent. Kollam manna, to be or get grieved, to be distressed. Kolna, kulkan, yan, to open. Kolrna, kan, an, to get open. Kolta'ana, okan, o'an, to oause to be open. Kom arkha, a vegetable, the leaves of the ko'endr tree. KombrS, adj. a vessel, which is wide, but which has a small mouth. Konc5, half. Konkro bonkro, adj. crooked, bent, cramped. Konkro borikro manna, to become crooked, beat. K8ra, corner. Korja maun H. karanj tree, which yields oil. Korce, a small axe, a wood-cutting knife. Korpi or korapi, adj. unnecessary. Kore, Korem, adj. well, healthy, sound; Nin kore ra'adai? Are well? En kore korem ra'adan, I am quite well. Kore kore kala, depart in peace. Kore manna, to become well, healthy, to reoover from illness. Kore nanna, to make well, heal. Kor'e manna, to sprain, as of a hand or foot. Korhe, adv. too much, excessively. Korkotfi-mann, a kind of plant, with large leaves. Korlenga-dra, the hornbill (Buceros). KornA Euddl. K5raB, okan, o'an, to enter, penetrate. Korna, kurkan kuryan, to castrate, as a ball or horse; also to beat. Koror mokhna, to suffer or endure or undergo beating. Rosa, the fleshy part of the jaok fruit. Kosarl, eugaroane. Kosse arigll, the little finger. Kospok, small blaok ant. Kotog'na, to peok, strike with the beak. Kotre manna, to be mutilated. Kotre-orB, a kind of bird. Kotre mann, a kind of plant. Koya, wild dog. Krus-kaAk, the oross. Kabl, H. well, spring. KubiarkhB, oabbage. Kub...show more

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  • Paperback | 52 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 109g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236928660
  • 9781236928665