-ki-

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English[edit]

Infix[edit]

-ki-

  1. (pharmacology) a shortened allomorph of the monoclonal antibody affix -kin-, used before the affixes -xi- and -zu- for ease of pronunciation

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Swahili[edit]

Infix[edit]

-ki-

  1. (conditional prefix or infix) when, if
    nikinunua (ni- -ki- -nunua) — if I buy