Origin of kyack2
or kai·ak, ky·ack, ky·ak
verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
Origin of kayak
Examples from the Web for kyack
Step to off side, turn loop over, and engage it around the ends and bottom of kyack, from front to rear.Packing and Portaging|Dillon Wallace
She intended to steal the kyack of dried meat without which Ben and herself could not live.
Still trying to hold the kyack of food that meant life to Ben, she turned and darted into the shadows.
The contents of the kyack meant life to herself and to Ben,—deliverance and safety when all seemed lost.
The fire was a heap of gray ashes except for its red-hot center: the kyack was in gloom.
Word Origin for kayak
1757, from Danish kajak, from Greenland Eskimo qayaq, literally "small boat of skins." The verb is attested from 1875, from the noun.