noun Southern African taboo
Word Origin for kak
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In spite of his efforts, Ivan could not get much further than the "Kak vam skazat'?"Russia
Donald Mackenzie Wallace
The prefixed syllable, Kak, may be derived from Kukidjewum, a rapid stream.
Cactus, kak′tus, n. an American plant, generally with prickles instead of leaves.
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.Day Symbols of the Maya Year
In the archaic linear form, KAK is a triangle with one of the angles pointing to the right.Sumerian Hymns
Frederick Augustus Vanderburgh