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Kanel - cinnamon, probably Cassia Bark. See: Canel; Canell; Canelle.
Kele - cool. Same as the word cole.
Kendlich - properly, by nature.
Kepe - keep. "Lat a man euermore kepe it" means "have someone watch
Kerf; Kerue - cut; carve.
Kernelis - kernels, seeds.
Kerve - in a morter, to bray.
Keuere; Keure; Kouere; Kyuer; Kyuere - cover. In the case of a pie,
it means to put on the top crust. Same as the word ceuere.
Keyntlich - carefully. Same as the word queyntliche.
Kne; Knese; Kneys - Knee.
Kouere hit forth, thou wil it note - take care to cover it right.
Kyrneleys; Kyrnellys; Kyrnels - kernels, seeds.
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Kyt; Kytte; Kyttest - cut.
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