kappa

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Igifinilandi[edit]

Etymology (1)[edit]

Form a Germanic language. Cognates include German Schaff and Estonian kapp.

Izina[edit]

kappa (fi)

  1. an old Finnish unit of measure for volume of dry things (4.58 litres)

Etymology (2)[edit]

From Medieval Latin cappa through Swedish.

Izina[edit]

kappa (fi)

  1. pelmet
  2. women's ikote

Etymology (3)[edit]

Same as English kappa (1).

Izina[edit]

kappa (fi)

  1. kappa (letter)

Etymology (4)[edit]

Same as English kappa (2).

Izina[edit]

kappa (fi)

  1. kappa (mythical creature)

Ikiyapani[edit]

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Izina[edit]

kappa (rōmaji, hiragana かっぱ) (ja)

  1. A river dwelling monster from Japanese folklore.