Definition of "ka" []

  • Cathode (abbreviation)
  • (in ancient Egypt) an attendant spirit supposedly dwelling as a vital force in a man or statue (noun)

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Use "ka" in a sentence
  • "The Dhobi's donkey is a familiar sight as one meets him on the road still toiling as in the time of Issachar between two bundles of clothes each larger than himself, and he has also become proverbial, '_Dhobi ka gadha neh ghar ka neh ghat ka_,'"
  • "The Nearika (Neali'ka is a dialectal variation), however, was in part the inspiration for the later yarn paintings, what the Huichols call nearikas."
  • "Ajwain ka paratha are a favorite of mine - the seeds add such a lovely flavour when roasted."