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KAM 
crooked 
KECKSY 
hemlock 
KEECH 
a lump of tallow 
KEEL 
to skin 
KEEP 
to restrain 
KEISAR 
Caesar, Emperor 
KERN 
the foot soldiers of the Irish 

KIBE 
a chilblain 
KICKSHAW 
a made dish 
KICKSY WICKSY 
a wife, used in disdain

KILN-HOLE 
the ash-hole under a kiln
KINDLE 
to bring forth young - used only of beasts 
KINDLESS 
unnatural 
KINDLY 
natural 
KIRTLE 
a gown 
KNAP 
to snap, crack 
KNAVE 
a boy, a serving-man 
KNOT 
a figure in garden beds 
KNOW 
to acknowledge
William Shakespeare Education - the Elizabethan Alphabet - Differences only 24 letters - Deciphering manuscripts of the era
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