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Kr
Kr "Kr" prop. n. (Chem.) The chemical symbol for the element krypyon, one of the six noble gasses. [abbrev.] Syn: krypton. [WordNet 1.5]
Kra
Kra "Kra", n. (Zo["o]l.) A long-tailed ape () of India and Sumatra. It is reddish olive, spotted with black, and has a black tail.
Kraal
Kraal "Kraal" (kr[aum]l or kr[add]l; 277), n. [D., a village, inclosure, park, prob. fr. Pg. curral a cattle pen; the same word as Sp. corral. See .] 1. A collection of huts within More…
Krait
Krait "Krait", n. [Native name.] (Zo["o]l.) A very venomous snake of India ({Bungarus c[oe]ruleus}), allied to the cobra. Its upper parts are bluish or brownish black, often More…
Kraken
Kraken "Kra"ken", n. [Prob. from OSw. krake, or ODan. krage the trunk of a tree, the branches of which are not entirely cut off, to which it was likened by the Norwegian More…
Krakowiak
Krakowiak "Kra*ko"wi*ak", n. (Mus.) A lively Polish dance. See .
Krameria
Krameria "Kra*me"ri*a", prop. n. [NL. So called after the German botanists, J. G. H. Kramer & W. H. Kramer.] (Bot.) A genus of spreading shrubs with many stems, from one More…
Krameria Ixina
Rhatany "Rhat"a*ny", Rhatanhy "Rhat"an*hy", n. [Sp. ratania, rata[~n]a, Peruv. rata[~n]a.] The powerfully astringent root of a half-shrubby Peruvian plant ({Krameria More…
Krameria triandra
Krameria "Kra*me"ri*a", prop. n. [NL. So called after the German botanists, J. G. H. Kramer & W. H. Kramer.] (Bot.) A genus of spreading shrubs with many stems, from one More…
Krameria triandra
Rhatany "Rhat"a*ny", Rhatanhy "Rhat"an*hy", n. [Sp. ratania, rata[~n]a, Peruv. rata[~n]a.] The powerfully astringent root of a half-shrubby Peruvian plant ({Krameria More…
Krameric
Krameric "Kra*mer"ic", a. (Chem.) Pertaining to, or derived from, (rhatany); as, krameric acid, usually called ratanhia-tannic acid.
Krang
Krang "Krang", n. [Cf. D. kreng a carcass.] The carcass of a whale after the blubber has been removed. [Written also and .]
Kranging hook
Kranging hook "Krang"ing hook`"n. (Whaling) A hook for holding the blubber while cutting it away. [Written also .]
Kreatic
Kreatic "Kre*at"ic", a. See .
kreatic
Creatic "Cre*at"ic" (kr?-?t"?k), a. [Gr. ???, ???, flesh.] Relating to, or produced by, flesh or animal food; as, creatic nausea. [Written also .]
Kreatin
Kreatin "Kre"a*tin", n. (Chem.) See .
kreatine
Creatin "Cre"a*tin" (kr?"?-t?n), n. [Gr. ??? flesh.] (Physiol. Chem.) A white, crystalline, nitrogenous substance found abundantly in muscle tissue. [Written also .] More…
Kreatinin
Kreatinin "Kre*at"i*nin", n. (Chem.) See .
Kreel
Kreel "Kreel", n. See .
Kremlin
Kremlin "Krem"lin", n. [Russ. kremle.] 1. The citadel of a town or city; especially, the citadel of Moscow, a large inclosure which contains imperial palaces, cathedrals, More…
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