Cactus, kak′tus, n. an American plant, generally with prickles instead of leaves.
In spite of his efforts, Ivan could not get much further than the "kak vam skazat'?"
One of them was called kak, the male of males, or the bull of bulls.
The prefixed syllable, kak, may be derived from Kukidjewum, a rapid stream.
Even to this day when the camp is being removed the raven flies over and shouts kak!
If so, the word equivalent must be kak, as it is seemingly a variant of ik, and hence may be supposed to have the k sound.
kak-(ši) is no doubt to be read epši, as Langdon correctly saw; or perhaps better, epiši.
In the archaic linear form, kak is a triangle with one of the angles pointing to the right.
Raven kept calling to someone that he had forgotten his kak—forgotten the lower blanket of deerskin used for a bed.