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30 Slang Words beginning with K

Slang is a kind of language consisting of very informal words and phrases. Slang is more common in speech than in writing. Slang words are often used in a particular context or by a particular group of people.

These are English slang words beginning with the letter K. Click on a slang term for example sentences, notes, origins, quizzes and answers.

Slang

kef | kif

plant material that's smoked or ingested for its mind-altering effects, such as cannabis, marijuana or hashish

kerfuffle

a noisy dispute, a commotion

kick | kicks

excitement, fun

kick-ass American English

forceful, aggressive

kickback

a payment made, often secretly or illegally, to someone who has helped to arrange a deal or a job

kid (1)

child, young person

kid (2)

to say something that isn't true as a joke

kike American English Taboo

a derogatory word meaning a Jewish person

kill (1)

cause pain

kill (2)

be very angry or upset with someone

killer

excellent, awesome, outstanding

kinky

playfully erotic, sexually eccentric

kisser

the mouth

Kiwi

a New Zealander, New Zealand

klutz American and Australian English Offensive

a clumsy or foolish person

knackered (1) British and Australian English

very tired, exhausted

knackered (2) British and Australian English

severely damaged

knock

to criticize someone or something

knock off (1)

to finish work for the day, to stop working

knock off (2)

to kill someone, to murder someone

knock off (3) British and Australian English

to steal something

knock over American English

to rob a store or a bank

knock up

to make a woman pregnant, to impregnate

knockers British English Vulgar

a woman's breasts

knockoff | knock-off

a cheap copy of a brand-name product

knockout

a very attractive or impressive person or thing

knuckle sandwich

a punch in the mouth

KO | kayo

a knockout, especially in boxing (n.) | to knock someone out, usually with a punch (v.)

kook American English

a strange or eccentric person

kooky American English

strange or eccentric

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