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Kaaba {prop} (cubical stone building in Mecca) :: Kaaba {f}
Kabardian {prop} (language spoken in Kabardino-Balkaria, Russia) :: kabardyjski {m}
Kabardino-Balkariya {prop} (Kabardino-Balkariya, Russia) :: Kabardo-Bałkaria {f}
Kabballah {prop} (body of teachings) :: kabała {f}
Kabul {prop} (capital of Afghanistan) :: Kabul {m}
Kabyle {n} (person) :: Kabyl {m}, Kabylka {f}
Kabyle {prop} (language) :: kabylski {m}
Kafkaesque {adj} (marked by menacing complexity) :: kafkowski {m}
kaftan {n} (long tunic worn in the Eastern Mediterranean) :: kaftan {m}
Kaiser roll {n} (star-emblazoned round bread roll) :: kajzerka {f}
kakke {n} (beriberi) SEE: beriberi ::
kalach {n} (traditional East Slavic bread (or its equivalent)) :: kołacz {m}
Kalash {n} (Kalash (people)) :: Kalasze
Kalashnikov {prop} (model of Russian assault rifle) :: kałasznikow {m}, kałach {m}, AK {m}
kale {n} (edible plant: brassica oleracea acephala) :: jarmuż {m}
kaleidoscope {n} (tube of mirrors rotated to produce symmetrical designs) :: kalejdoskop {m}
kaleidoscope {n} (constantly changing set) :: kalejdoskop {m}
Kali {prop} (goddess) :: Kali
Kaliningrad {prop} (Kaliningrad, see also: Königsberg) :: Kaliningrad {m}
Kalmyk {adj} (of, or pertaining to, Kalmykia) :: kałmucki {m}
Kalmyk {n} (person) :: Kałmuk {m}, Kałmuczka {f}
Kalmyk {prop} (language) :: (język) kałmucki {m}
Kalmykia {prop} (Kalmykia, Russia) :: Kałmucja {f}
kalokagathia {n} (harmonious combination of bodily, moral and spiritual virtues) :: kalokagatia {f}
Kamchatka {prop} (peninsula in the Russian Far East) :: Kamczatka {f}
Kampuchea {prop} (former name for Cambodia, see also: Cambodia) :: Kampucza {f}
kana {n} (Japanese syllabaries) :: kana {f}
kangaroo {n} (marsupial) :: kangur {m-an}, kangurzyca {f}
Kannada {prop} (language) :: język kannada
Kansas City {prop} (a large city straddling the border between Kansas and Missouri, USA) :: Kansas City
Kaohsiung {prop} (a large city in Taiwan) :: Kaohsiung
kaolin {n} (clay) :: kaolin {m}
kaolinite {n} (Al2Si2O5(OH)4) :: kaolinit {m}
kaon {n} (K-meson) :: kaon {m}
kapo {n} (prisoner in a Nazi concentration camp) :: kapo {m} {f}
Karachay-Cherkessia {prop} (Karachay-Cherkessia, Russia) :: Karaczajo-Czerkiesja {f}
Karachi {prop} (the capital of the province of Sindh, Pakistan) :: Karaczi {n}
Karafuto {prop} (Sakhalin) SEE: Sakhalin ::
karaoke {n} (a form of entertainment) :: karaoke {n}
karate {n} (martial art) :: karate {n}
Karelia {prop} (region in Russia and Finland) :: Karelia {f}
Karelia {prop} (autonomous republic of Russia) :: Karelia {f}, Republika Karelii {f}
Karelian {prop} (the language) :: karelski
Karl {prop} (cognates) SEE: Charles ::
Karlovac {prop} (city and municipality) :: Karlovac
karma {n} (the total effect of a person’s actions and conduct during the successive phases of his existence) :: karma {f}, karman {m}
Karnataka {prop} (state in southern India) :: Karnataka
Kartvelian {n} (Georgian) SEE: Georgian ::
Kartvelian {prop} (Georgian) SEE: Georgian ::
Kartvelian {adj} (Georgian) SEE: Georgian ::
Kartvelian studies {n} (a field of humanities covering Kartvelian history, languages, religion and/or culture) :: Kartwelistyka, kartwelologia
Kartvelology {n} (Kartvelian studies) SEE: Kartvelian studies ::
kasha {n} (porridge) :: kasza {f}, kasza gryczana {f} [buckwheat kasha]
Kashmir {prop} (region) :: Kaszmir {m}
Kashub {prop} (language) SEE: Kashubian ::
Kashub {n} :: Kaszubi {p}
Kashubian {adj} (of the Kashubian people and their language) :: kaszubski {m}
Kashubian {prop} (Slavic language spoken in the Pomeranian region of Poland) :: kaszubski {m}
Kasimovian {prop} (subdivision of the Carboniferous period) :: Kasimow
katabasis {n} (journey downwards) :: katabasis {f}, katabaza {f}
katakana {n} (Japanese syllabary) :: katakana {f}
katal {n} (derived unit of catalytic activity) :: katal {m}
katana {n} (a type of Japanese longsword) :: katana {f}
Katharevousa {prop} (purist variant of Modern Greek) :: katharewusa {f}
Kathleen {prop} (Catherine) SEE: Catherine ::
Kathmandu {prop} (Kathmandu) :: Katmandu {m}
Katian {prop} (subdivision of the Ordovician period) :: Kat
katorga {n} (penal servitude in a Russian or Soviet labour camp) :: katorga {f}
Katowice {prop} (city in Poland) :: Katowice
Katyusha {n} (rocket launcher) :: katiusza {f}
Kaunas {prop} (city) :: Kowno {n}
Kavala {prop} (city) :: Kawala
kay {n} (name of the letter K, k) :: ka {n}
kayak {n} (a type of small boat) :: kajak {m}
Kazakh {n} (a person of Kazakh descent) :: Kazach {m}, Kazaszka {f}
Kazakh {prop} (language) :: kazachski {m}
Kazakh {adj} (pertaining to the Kazakh people or the Kazakh language) :: kazachski {m}, [of the country] kazachstański {m}
Kazakhstan {prop} (country in Central Asia) :: Kazachstan {m-in}
Kazakhstani {n} (person of Kazakh origin) SEE: Kazakh ::
Kazakhstani {adj} (of or pertaining to the Kazakh people or the Kazakh language) SEE: Kazakh ::
Kazan {prop} (city in Russia) :: Kazań {m}
kebab {n} (kebab) :: kebab {m}
keel over {v} (to die) SEE: die ::
keen on {adj} (fond, or appreciative of) :: interesować się, lubić
keep company {v} (court) SEE: court ::
keeper {n} (guard, custodian) :: strażnik
keep it up {v} (To maintain or continue a positive streak.) :: tak trzymaj {m} {f} {impf}
keep quiet {v} (remain silent) :: milczeć {impf}
keepsake {n} (object retained in memory of something or someone) :: pamiątka {f}
keep someone company {v} (remain with someone) :: dotrzymywać towarzystwa
keep the change {phrase} (instruction to keep the change) :: reszty nie trzeba
kefir {n} (fermented milk) :: kefir {m}
kelvin {n} (SI temperature unit) :: kelwin {m}
Kemerovo {prop} (city in Siberia) :: Kemerowo {n}
kennel {n} (shelter) :: buda {f}
kenosis {n} (Christ's voluntary abasement) :: kenoza {f}
Kent {prop} (the English maritime county) :: Kent
Kenya {prop} (country in Eastern Africa) :: Kenia {f}
kepi {n} (cap with a flat circular top) :: kepi
kept woman {n} (woman supported financially by a lover) :: utrzymanka {f}
keratin {n} (protein that hair and nails are made of) :: keratyna {f}
keratoconus {n} (A degenerative disorder of the eye) :: stożek rogówki {m}
kerb {n} (edge between pavement and roadway) :: krawężnik {m}
Kerch {prop} (city) :: Kercz {f}
kerchief {n} (piece of cloth) :: chustka {f}
kernel {n} (core or essence of an object or system) :: trzon {m}, rdzeń {m}, sedno {n}
kernel {n} (single seed of corn or wheat) :: ziarno {n}
kernel {n} ((US) stone of certain fruits, such as peaches or plums) :: pestka {f}
kernel {n} ((computing) central part of many computer operating systems) :: jądro {n}
kernel {n} ((mathematics, algebra) set of elements mapped to zero) :: jądro {n}
kerosene {n} (thin, colorless fuel) :: nafta {f}
kestrel {n} (any small falcon of genus Falco) :: sokół {m}
kestrel {n} (Falco tinnunculus) :: pustułka {f}
ketchup {n} (tomato-vinegar based sauce) :: keczup {m}, ketchup {m}
ketone {n} (organic chemicals with the >CO functional group) :: keton {m}
kettle {n} (vessel for boiling a liquid or cooking food) :: czajnik {m}
kettle {n} (teakettle) SEE: teakettle ::
kettle {n} (steam locomotive) SEE: steam locomotive ::
kettlebell {n} (a kind of weight) :: giria
key {n} (device designed to open and close a lock) :: klucz {m}
key {n} (crucial step) :: klucz {m}
key {n} (small guide explaining symbols or terminology) :: klucz {m}, legenda {f}
key {n} (button on a typewriter or computer keyboard) :: klawisz {m}
key {n} (part of a piano or musical keyboard) :: klawisz {m}
key {n} (scale of musical notes) :: tonacja {f}
key {n} (device used to transmit Morse code) :: klucz {m}
key {n} (cryptography: piece of information used to encode or decode) :: klucz {m}
key {n} (computing: field of a database constrained to be unique) :: klucz {m}
key {n} (computing: field in a record used as a search argument) :: klucz {m}
key {n} (computing: value uniquely identifying entry in associative array) :: klucz {m}
key {adj} (indispensable) :: kluczowy {m}
key {adj} (important) :: kluczowy {m}
key {v} (computing: enter (information)) :: wprowadzać
key binding {n} (keyboard shortcut) SEE: keyboard shortcut ::
keyboard {n} (set of keys used to operate a typewriter, computer etc.) :: klawiatura {f}
keyboard {n} (electronic device with keys of a musical keyboard) :: klawiatura {f}
keyboard shortcut {n} (key or a combination of keys) :: skrót klawiszowy
keychain {n} (chain or ring) :: brelok {m}, breloczek {m}
key fob {n} (item carried on a key ring) :: brelok {m}
keyhole {n} (a hole to lock/unlock with a key) :: dziurka od klucza {f}
key logger {n} (software or hardware designed to record keystrokes) :: rejestrator klawiszy {m}
keystone {n} (the top stone of an arch) :: zwornik {m}, klucz {m}, filar {m}, podstawa {f}
keyword {n} (word used as a key to a code) :: słowo klucz {n}
keyword {n} (programming: A reserved word used to identify a specific command, function etc.) :: słowo kluczowe {n}
Khabarovsk {prop} (city in Russia) :: Chabarowsk {m}
khachapuri {n} (cheese pastry from Georgia) :: chaczapuri {n}
khachkar {n} (Armenian carved memorial stone) :: chaczkar
khagan {n} (title of imperial rank) :: kagan
Khakassia {prop} (a republic of Russia in the central south of the country) :: Chakasja {f}
khan {n} (a ruler over various Turkic, Tatar and Mongol peoples in the Middle Ages) :: chan {m}, kagan {m}
khanate {n} (place ruled by a khan) :: chanat {m}
khanjar {n} (Arabian dagger) :: handżar {m}
Khanty-Mansiysk {prop} (city in Russia) :: Chanty-Mansyjsk {m}
Kharkiv {prop} (city) :: Charków {m}
Kharkov {prop} (Kharkiv) SEE: Kharkiv ::
Khartoum {prop} (capital of Sudan) :: Chartum {m}
khat {n} (shrub (Catha edulis)) :: czuwaliczka jadalna
khene {n} (traditional musical instrument of Laos) :: khaen
Kherson {prop} (city in Ukraine) :: Chersoń {f}
Khinalug {prop} (language) :: język chinalugijski
Khmelnitsky {prop} (Khmelnytskyi) SEE: Khmelnytskyi ::
Khmelnytskyi {prop} (city) :: Chmielnicki {m}
Khmer {prop} (language) :: język khmerski {m}
kholop {n} (a feudally dependent person in Russia between the 10th and early 18th centuries) :: chołop {m}
khorovod {n} (a Slavic dance) :: korowód {m}
Khrushchev {prop} (surname) :: Chruszczow {m}
Khujand {prop} (city in Tajikistan) :: Chodżent
khural {n} (parliament or national congress in Mongolia) :: churał {m}
khutor {n} (a single-homestead rural settlement of Eastern Europe) :: chutor {m}
kibbutz {n} (a community) :: kibuc {m}
kibitka {n} (carriage or sleigh) :: kibitka {f}
kick {v} (strike with or raise the foot or leg) :: kopać {impf}, kopnąć {pf}
kick {v} (direct to a particular place by a blow with the foot or leg) :: kopać {impf}, kopnąć {pf}
kick {n} (hit or strike with the leg or foot) :: kopnięcie {n}, wykop {m}, kop {m} [colloquial]
kick ass {v} (to beat someone in a fight) :: zwyciężyć {pf}, pobić {pf}, dać popalić {pf}, zbić {pf}, spuścić wpierdol {pf}, wpierdolić {pf} [vulgar], spuścić manto {pf}, wpieprzyć {pf}, rozjebać {pf} [vulgar], wjebać {pf} [vulgar], załatwić {pf}, zmiażdżyć {pf}, rozłożyć na łopatki {pf}, powalić {pf}, znokautować {pf}, skopać dupę {pf} [vulgar], roznieść {pf}, skasować {pf} [slang], dać w ryj {pf} [rude], rozgromić {pf}, rozwalić {pf}, przemóc {pf} [literally], zetrzeć {pf}, zmóc {pf} [literally], złoić {pf} [literally], dać łupnia {pf}, spuścić łomot {pf}
kick-ass {adj} (excellent) SEE: badass ::
kick butt {v} (kick ass) SEE: kick ass ::
kick-off {n} (opening kick in football) :: rozpoczęcie meczu {n}, rozpoczęcie spotkania {n}
kick scooter {n} (a child's foot-operated vehicle) SEE: scooter ::
kick the bucket {v} (to die) :: kopnąć w kalendarz, odwalić kitę, kopnąć w kalendarz (to kick the calendar)
kid {n} (young goat) :: koźlę {n}
kid {n} (child (colloq.)) :: dzieciak {n}
kid {n} (young person (colloq.)) :: dzieciak {m}
kidnap {v} (to seize and detain a person unlawfully) :: porwać
kidnap {n} (an instance of kidnapping) :: porwanie {n}
kidnapper {n} (one who performs kidnap) :: porywacz {m}
kidney {n} (an organ in the body) :: nerka {f}
kidney {n} (food) :: cynaderka {f}
kidney stone {n} (calculus in the kidney) :: kamień nerkowy {m}
kidney vetch {n} (Anthyllis vulneraria) :: przelot {m}
Kiel {prop} (city in Holstein, Germany) :: Kilonia {f}
Kielce {prop} (city) :: Kielce
Kierkegaardian {adj} (of or pertaining to Søren Kierkegaard or his philosophy) :: kierkegaardowski
Kiev {prop} (Ukrainian city) :: Kijów {m}
Kiev {prop} (Medieval principality) SEE: Kievan Rus ::
Kievan {adj} (of or associated with the city of Kiev) :: kijowski
Kievan Rus {prop} (medieval principality) :: Ruś Kijowska {f}
Kievite {adj} (Kievan) SEE: Kievan ::
Kievite {n} (Kievan) SEE: Kievan ::
Kihnu {prop} (island) :: Kihnu
kike {n} (offensive: Jew) :: Icek {m}, parch {m}, żydek {m}
kikimora {n} (a female house spirit) :: kikimora {f}
kill {v} (put to death) :: zabijać {impf}, zabić {pf}, dobić {pf} [(to give coup de grace)]
kill {n} (act of killing) :: zabójstwo {n}
killer {n} (person who kills) :: zabójca {m}
killer {n} (murderer) :: zabójca {m}, morderca {m}
killer whale {n} (A sea mammal, Orcinus orca) :: orka {f}
Killing Fields {prop} (sites in Cambodia where mass slaughter was carried out) :: pola śmierci {n-p}
killjoy {n} (someone who takes the fun out of a situation or activity) SEE: spoilsport ::
kill the goose that lays the golden eggs {v} (to seek short term gain at the sacrifice of long term profit) :: zabić kurę znoszącą złote jajka
kill time {v} (make time seem to pass more quickly by doing nothing important) :: zabić czas
kill two birds with one stone {v} (solve two problems at once) :: upiec dwie pieczenie na jednym ogniu (to cook two roasts on one fire)
kiln {n} (oven, furnace or heated chamber) :: suszarnia {f}, piec do wypalania cegły
kilogram {n} (unit of mass equal to 1000 grams) :: kilogram {m}, kilo {n}
kilometrage {n} (kilometrage) :: kilometraż
kilometre {n} (unit of measure) :: kilometr {m}
kilowatt-hour {n} (unit of energy) :: kilowatogodzina {f}
Kimmeridgian {prop} (subdivision of the Jurassic period) :: Kimeryd
kimono {n} (traditional Japanese clothing) :: kimono {n}
kin {n} (relative) SEE: relative ::
kinase {n} (enzyme that transfers phosphate groups) :: kinaza {f}
kind {n} (type, race, category) :: typ {m}, rasa {f}, rodzaj {m}
kind {n} (character or nature) :: typ {m}, rodzaj {m}
kind {adj} (affectionate, nice) :: miły
kindergarten {n} (educational institution for young children, usually between ages 4 and 6) :: przedszkole {n}, dzieciniec {m}
kinesia {n} (motion sickness) SEE: motion sickness ::
kinetic {adj} (relating to motion) :: kinetyczny {m}
kinetosis {n} (motion sickness) SEE: motion sickness ::
king {n} (a male of a royal family who is the supreme ruler of his nation) :: król {m-pr}
king {n} (a playing piece in chess) :: król {m}
king {n} (a playing card with the image of a king in it) :: król {m-an}
King Arthur {prop} (legendary king of Britain) :: Król Artur {m}
king cake {n} (cake eaten on Epiphany) :: ciasto Trzech Króli {n}
king cobra {n} (Ophiophagus hannah) :: kobra królewska {f}
kingdom {n} (nation having as supreme ruler a king and/or queen) :: królestwo {n}
kingdom {n} (taxonomic division, below Domain and above Phylum) :: królestwo {n}
Kingdom Hall {n} (place where Jehovah's Witnesses meet) :: sala królestwa {f}
Kingdom of England {prop} (Kingdom of England) :: Królestwo Anglii {n}
Kingdom of Great Britain {prop} :: Królestwo Wielkiej Brytanii {n}
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia {prop} (official name of Saudi Arabia) :: Królestwo Arabii Saudyjskiej
Kingdom of Scotland {prop} (Kingdom of Scotland) :: Królestwo Szkocji {n}
kingfisher {n} (any of various birds of the suborder Alcedines) :: zimorodek {m}
King Kong {prop} (a fictional giant ape) :: King Kong {m}
kinglet {n} (a petty king) :: królik {m}
king of beasts {n} (the lion) :: król zwierząt {m}
king penguin {n} (Aptenodytes patagonicus) :: pingwin królewski
Kings {prop} (book of the Bible) :: Księga Królewska {f}
kingslayer {n} (one who kills a king) SEE: regicide ::
king's man {n} (customs officer) SEE: customs officer ::
kiosk {n} (enclosed structure where cigarettes, magazines, etc are sold) :: kiosk {m}
kiosk {n} (unattended stand) :: automat {m}
kipfel {n} (croissant) SEE: croissant ::
kippah {n} (skullcap) :: jarmułka {f}
kirby grip {n} (a hairgrip) SEE: hairgrip ::
Kiribati {prop} (Republic of Kiribati) :: Kiribati
Kirill {prop} (Cyril) SEE: Cyril ::
Kirov {prop} (Russian surname) :: Kirow {m}
Kirov {prop} (city in Russia) :: Kirow {m}
Kirovograd {prop} (Kirovohrad) SEE: Kirovohrad ::
Kirovohrad {prop} (city) :: Kirowohrad {m}, Kirowograd {m}
kirsch {n} (clear brandy) :: wiśniówka {f}
kirschwasser {n} (spirit) SEE: kirsch ::
Kirundi {prop} (language) :: rundi {n}, kirundi {n}, urundi {n}
kisel {n} (dessert) :: kisiel {m}
kismet {n} (fate; a predetermined or unavoidable destiny) :: los {m}, przeznaczenie {n}
kiss {v} (to touch with the lips) :: całować {impf}, pocałować {pf}
kiss {v} (to touch each other’s lips) :: całować się
kiss {n} (touch with the lips) :: pocałunek {m}, całus {m}
kiss me {phrase} (kiss me) :: pocałuj mnie [informal]
Kiswahili {prop} (Swahili) SEE: Swahili ::
kit {n} (clothing) SEE: clothing ::
kitchen {n} (room) :: kuchnia {f}
kitchenette {n} (small kitchen) :: aneks kuchenny {m}
kitchen garden {n} (a garden used for growing fruits, vegetables for use in the kitchen) SEE: vegetable garden ::
kitchen hood {n} (kitchen device) SEE: extractor hood ::
kitchen towel {n} (sheet of kitchen paper) SEE: paper towel ::
kite {n} (bird of prey) :: kania {f}
kite {n} (flying toy on string) :: latawiec {m}
kite {n} (quadrilateral) :: deltoid {m}
kite {n} (prison slang: short letter) :: gryps {m}
kitsch {n} (kitsch) :: kicz {m}
kitschy {adj} (having the nature of kitsch) :: kiczowaty
kitten {n} (a young cat) :: kocię {n}, kotek {m}, kociak {m}
kitty {n} (kitten, small cat) :: kotek {m}
kitty-cat {n} (cat) :: kiciuś
kiwi {n} (bird) :: kiwi
kiwi {n} (kiwi fruit) SEE: kiwi fruit ::
kiwi fruit {n} (fruit) :: kiwi {n}
Klaipėda {prop} (city in Lithuania) :: Kłajpeda {f}
klaxon {n} (loud electric horn or alarm) :: klakson {m}
kleptomania {n} (disorder that causes an uncontrollable obsessions with stealing) :: kleptomania {f}
Kletsk {prop} (A city in Belarus) :: Kleck {m}
Klingon {prop} (the language) :: klingoński {m}
klutz {n} (a clumsy or stupid person) :: ciamajda {m} {f}, oferma {m} {f}, fajtłapa {m} {f}
knave {n} (playing card) :: walet {m}
knead {v} (to work and press into a mass) :: gnieść {impf}
knee {n} (joint in the middle of the leg and area around it) :: kolano {n}
kneecap {n} (bone) :: rzepka {f}
knee high {n} (knee sock) SEE: knee sock ::
kneel {v} (to stoop down and rest on the knee) :: klęczeć
kneepan {n} (kneecap) SEE: kneecap ::
knee sock {n} (a sock that reaches almost up to the knee) :: zakolanówka {f}, podkolanówka {f}
knell {v} (to ring a bell slowly) :: bić w dzwon, dzwonić
knell {v} (to signal or proclaim something by ringing a bell) :: bić w dzwon, dzwonić
knell {n} (sound of a bell knelling) :: podzwonne {n}
knickers {n} (panties) SEE: panties ::
knife {n} (utensil or tool designed for cutting) :: nóż {m}
knife {n} (weapon) :: nóż {m}
knife {n} (any blade-like part designed for cutting) :: nóż {m}
knight {n} (warrior, especially of the Middle Ages) :: rycerz {m-pr}, raciądz {m-pr}
knight {n} (person on whom a knighthood has been conferred) :: rycerz {m-pr} (ancient), kawaler {m-pr} (modern)
knight {n} (chess piece) :: skoczek {m-an}, konik {m-an}
knight {v} (to confer a knighthood upon) :: [ancient] pasować na rycerza, [modern] nadać rangę kawalerską
knight-errant {n} (knight) :: błędny rycerz {m}
Königsberg {prop} (the former capital of East Prussia, see also: Kaliningrad) :: Królewiec {m}
knit {v} (to make fabric from thread or yarn) :: robić na drutach, dziać
knitting needle {n} (thin rod used to knit yarn) :: drut {m}
knob {n} (rounded protuberance, handle, or control switch) :: gałka {f}
knock {n} (abrupt rapping sound) :: puknięcie {n}, stuk {m}, stuknięcie {n}, stukot {m}
knock {v} (to rap one's knuckles against something) :: pukać {impf}, zapukać {pf}, stukać {impf}, zastukać {pf}
knock back {v} (reject) SEE: reject ::
knock down {v} (demolish) SEE: demolish ::
knocker {n} (device for knocking on a door) SEE: doorknocker ::
knock on wood {v} (to take a customary action to ward off misfortune) :: odpukać w niemalowane drewno {pf} (to knock on unpainted wood)
knock out {v} (render someone unconscious) :: powalić
Knossos {prop} (an archaeological site) :: Knossos
knot {n} (looping) :: węzeł {m}
knotty {adj} (Full of knots) :: sękaty
knotweed {n} (Polygonum) :: rdest {m}
knout {n} (kind of whip) :: knut {m}, nahajka {f}, bicz {m}
know {v} (be certain or sure about (something)) :: wiedzieć {impf}
know {v} (be acquainted or familiar with) :: znać {impf}
know {v} (have knowledge of) :: wiedzieć
know {v} (understand (a subject)) :: znać się
know-all {n} (someone who obnoxiously claims to be knowledgeable on a subject) SEE: know-it-all ::
know-it-all {n} (someone who obnoxiously claims to be knowledgeable on a subject) :: przemądrzalec {m}, mądraliński {m}
knowledge {n} (fact of knowing about something; understanding, familiarity with information) :: wiedza {f}
knowledge {n} (awareness, state of having been informed) :: świadomość {f}
knowledgeable {adj} (having knowledge, especially of a particular subject) :: obeznany
knowledge is power {proverb} (knowledge is power) :: wiedza to potęga
know like the back of one's hand {v} (be intimately knowledgable about) :: znać jak własną kieszeń
know thyself {proverb} (be aware of both your strengths and limitations) :: poznaj samego siebie
knuckle {n} (joint of the finger) :: kłykieć {m}
knuckle duster {n} (weapon worn around the knuckles) SEE: brass knuckles ::
knucks {n} (brass knuckles) SEE: brass knuckles ::
koala {n} (a tree-dwelling marsupial that resembles a small bear) :: koala {f}
kohlrabi {n} (cabbage variety) :: kalarepa {f}
Košice {prop} (city) :: Koszyce {p}
kokoshnik {n} (a traditional Russian headdress worn by women and girls) :: kokosznik {m}
kolach {n} (kalach) SEE: kalach ::
kolkhoz {n} (farming collective) :: kołchoz {m}
Kolyma {prop} (area) :: Kołyma {f}
Kolyma {prop} (river) :: Kołyma {f}
Komi {prop} (language) :: komi, język komi
Komi {prop} (republic) :: Komi
Komi {n} :: Komi
Komodo dragon {n} (large monitor lizard) :: waran z Komodo {m}
Komondor {n} (breed of dog) :: komondor
Komotini {prop} (city) :: Komotini
kompromat {n} (dirt, compromising material) :: hak {m}, haki {m-p}, kompromat {m}
Komsomol {prop} (Young Communist League in the USSR) :: komsomoł {m}
Komsomolsk {prop} (Komsomolsk-na-Amure, Russia) :: Komsomolsk nad Amurem {m}
Komsomolsk {prop} (Komsomolsk, towns and rural localities in Russia and Ukraine) :: Komsomolsk {m}
Konstanz {prop} (city) :: Konstancja {f}
kookaburra {n} (kingfishers) :: kukabura {f}
kopek {n} (one-hundredth of a ruble) :: kopiejka {f}
Koran {prop} (the Islamic holy book) SEE: Qur'an ::
Korea {prop} (South Korea) SEE: South Korea ::
Korea {prop} (North Korea) SEE: North Korea ::
Korea {prop} (ancient country or both Koreas as a whole) :: Korea {f}
Korean {adj} (relating to the Korean Peninsula) :: koreański
Korean {prop} (language) :: koreański
Korean {n} (person) :: Koreańczyk {m-pr}, Koreanka {f}
koruna {n} (currency) :: korona {f}
Kos {prop} (island) :: Kos {n}
Koschei {prop} (Koschei the Immortal) :: Kościej {m}, Kościej Nieśmiertelny {m}
kosher {adj} (in accordance with Jewish law) :: koszerny
Kosovo {prop} (disputed region in the Balkans) :: Kosowo {n}
Kotor {prop} (in Montenegro) :: Kotor {m}
koumiss {n} (fermented drink) :: kumys {m}
kozachok {n} (Ukrainian and Russian couple-dance) :: kozak {m}, kazaczok {m}
Krasnodar {prop} (a city in Russia) :: Krasnodar {m}
Krasnoyarsk {prop} (city) :: Krasnojarsk {m}
Kraut {n} (German) SEE: German ::
Kraut {n} (derogatory: German) SEE: Fritz ::
Kremlin {prop} (the Moscow Kremlin) :: Kreml {m}
Krivoy Rog {prop} (Kryvyi Rih) SEE: Kryvyi Rih ::
Krnov {prop} (Upper Silesian town on the Opava in the Czech Republic) :: Krnów
kroužek {n} (kroužek diacritic) :: kółko {n}
Krung Thep {prop} (Bangkok) SEE: Bangkok ::
Krym {prop} (Crimea) SEE: Crimea ::
krypton {n} (a chemical element) :: krypton {m}
Kryvyi Rih {prop} (city) :: Krzywy Róg {m}
Kuban {prop} (the Kuban river) :: Kubań {f}
kudos {n} (praise, accolades) :: chwała {f}
Kuiper belt {prop} (region of space in the Solar System) :: Pas Kuipera
Ku Klux Klan {prop} (Ku Klux Klan) :: Ku Klux Klan {m}
kulak {n} (prosperous peasant) :: kułak {m}
Kumiko {prop} (Japanese female given name) :: Kumiko {f}
kumquat {n} (small orange fruit) :: kumkwat {m}
kuna {n} (currency of Croatia) :: kuna {f}
Kungurian {prop} (subdivision of the Permian period) :: Kungur
Kurdish {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Kurdistan, the Kurdish people or the Kurdish language) :: kurdyjski {m}
Kurdish {prop} (language of Kurdistan) :: kurdyjski
kurgan {n} (prehistoric burial mound) :: kurhan {m}
Kuril Islands {prop} (group of islands) :: Kuryle {p}, Wyspy Kurylskie {p}
Kursk {prop} (city in Russia) :: Kursk {m}
kurta {n} (Indian shirt) :: kurta
Kutenai {n} (an indigenous people of North America) :: kutenajowie
Kuwait {prop} (country in the Middle East) :: Kuwejt
Kuwaiti {n} (A person from Kuwait or of Kuwaiti descent) :: Kuwejtczyk {m}, Kuwejtka {f}
Kuwaiti {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Kuwait or the Kuwaiti people) :: kuwejcki {m}
kvass {n} (traditional Slavic drink) :: kwas chlebowy {m}
kyat {n} (unit of currency) :: kiat {m}
Kyoto {prop} (Kyōto, Japan) :: Kioto {n}
kyphosis {n} (abnormal curvature of the spine) :: kifoza {f}
Kyrgyz {n} (member of a Turkic people) :: Kirgiz {m}, Kirgizka {f}
Kyrgyz {prop} (language) :: kirgiski {m}
Kyrgyz {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Kyrgyzstan, the Kyrgyz people or the Kyrgyz language) :: kirgiski {m}
Kyrgyzstan {prop} (country in Central Asia) :: Kirgistan {m-in}
Kyōto {prop} (Kyoto) SEE: Kyoto ::
Kyusakamoto {prop} (asteroid) :: Kyusakamoto {m}
Kyzyl {prop} (city in Russia) :: Kyzył {m}