KI

Ki

(noun) goddess personifying earth; counterpart of Akkadian Aruru

qi, chi, ch'i, ki

(noun) the circulating life energy that in Chinese philosophy is thought to be inherent in all things; in traditional Chinese medicine the balance of negative and positive forms in the body is believed to be essential for good health

Source: WordNet® 3.1


Proper noun

KI

Abbreviation of East Kalimantan, A province of Indonesia.

Anagrams

• IK, Ik

Etymology 1

Proper noun

Ki

(religion, mythology, Sumerian religion) In Sumerian mythology, the earth goddess and chief consort of the sky god, Anu.

Etymology 2

Proper noun

Ki

A Papuan language spoken in Sandaun Province of Papua New Guinea.

Synonyms

• Amto, Siafli, Siawi

Anagrams

• IK, Ik

Etymology

From 氣, 気

Noun

kI or ki or KY

(sometimes called ch'i,) A term indicating intrinsic energy; usually associated with martial art - karate, judo, aikido, etc- practitioners who consider ki important to performing at the highest level.

Anagrams

• IK, Ik

Etymology 1

Noun

ki (countable and uncountable, plural kis)

Ti, a plant native to the Pacific islands and China, Cordyline fruticosa.

Etymology 2

Noun

ki (uncountable)

(UK, naval slang) Alternative form of kye (“cocoa”)

Etymology 3

Noun

ki (uncountable)

(philosophy) Alternative form of chi

Anagrams

• IK, Ik

Source: Wiktionary



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