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king
Anglo-Saxon =cyngcyning
Middle English =kyng
kingdom
Anglo-Saxon =cyningdom
Middle English =kingdomkyngdom
kipe
Anglo-Saxon =kype
kipper
Anglo-Saxon =cypera
Middle English =kypre
kirk
Anglo-Saxon =cyrccyric
Middle English =kirke
kirtle
Anglo-Saxon =cyrtel
Middle English =kirtelkyrtel
kiss
Anglo-Saxon =cysson
Definition =to kiss; the act of kissing
Middle English =kissenkyssen
Definition =to kiss; the act of kissing
Anglo-Saxon =coss
Definition =a kiss
Middle English =cusskisskyss
Definition =a kiss
kist
Middle English =kistkiste
Old Norse =kista
kitchen
Anglo-Saxon =cycencycene
Middle English =cochinekechenkichenkitchen
kite
Anglo-Saxon =cyta
Definition =a bird from the hawk family
Middle English =ketekite
Definition =a bird from the hawk family
kith
Anglo-Saxon =cuthcythcythth
Definition =aquaintances or relations
Middle English =cuthkithkyth
Definition =aquaintances or relations
Anglo-Saxon =cythan
Definition =to make known
klickit
Old French =cliquet
Definition =a door latch
knack
Middle English =knakke
Definition =a knock, crack, or snap sound
Welsh =cnec
Definition =a knock, crack, or snap sound
knag
Middle English =knagg
Definition =a knob
knap
Anglo-Saxon =cnæpcnæpp
Definition =top knob or button
Middle English =knap
Definition =top knob or button
knar
Middle English =knarre
knave
Anglo-Saxon =cnafa
Definition =a boy
Middle English =cnaveknave
knead
Anglo-Saxon =cnedan
Middle English =kneden
knee
Anglo-Saxon =cneow
Middle English =knekneeknowcneowe
kneel
Middle English =cneolienknelen
knell
Anglo-Saxon =cnyll
Definition =a loud noise
Middle English =knelknul
knife
Anglo-Saxon =cnif
Middle English =knifknyfknyfe
knight
Anglo-Saxon =cniht
Definition =a boy, youth, attendant
Middle English =cnihtknightkniht
label
Middle English =label
Old French =label
Definition =a rag, strip or tatter
Old High German =lappa
Definition =a rag or a shred.
labor
Middle English =labour
definition =Hardship. Exertion. Or pain.
Old French =labor
definition =Hardship. Exertion. Or pain.
labor
Middle English =labouren
definition =To strive, work or to toil.
Old French =labor
definition =To strive, work or to toil.
laborer
Middle English =labourerlaborer
definition =A worker.
Old French =laborer
definition =A worker.
lace
Middle English =las
definition =A string or a cord for fastening.
Old French =laslaqs
definition =A string or a cord for fastening.
lack
Middle English =laklac
definition =Defect or want, as in missing a part.
lack
Middle English =lakken
definition =Short or in need of, as in to not have enough.
lackey
Old French =laquay
definition =A lackey or sometimes a soldier.
lad
Middle English =ladde
ladder
Middle English =laddere
Anglo-Saxon =hlæderhlædder
lade
Middle English =laden
Anglo-Saxon =hlæden
lade
Middle English =lode
definition =A way, course or path.
Anglo-Saxon =lad
definition =A way, course or path.
lading
Middle English =lading
Anglo-Saxon =hlædung
ladle
Middle English =ladel
Anglo-Saxon =hlædel
lady
Middle English =lavedilevedy
Anglo-Saxon =hlædige
law
Anglo-Saxon =lagu
Middle English =laghelawe
lawn
Middle English =launde
Old French =lande
Definition =a heath
Welsh =llan
lay
Anglo-Saxon =lecgan
Definition =to cause to lie, to lay
Middle English =leienleyenley
Definition =to cause to lie, to lay
Old French =lai
Definition =the laity as distinguished
from the clergy
Middle English =lailaye
Definition =a song
Old French =lailais
Definition =a song
let
Middle English =leteletlat
lie
Middle English =lye
like
Middle English =lyke
linen
Middle English =lynnenlynen
liquor
Middle English =licourlycowre
little
Middle English =lytillitullitellytellitull
lobster
Middle English =lopster