KO

knockout, KO, kayo

(noun) a blow that renders the opponent unconscious

Source: WordNet® 3.1


Etymology

Noun

ko (plural ko)

(game of go) A local shape to which the ko rule applies; a ko shape.

(game of go) ko fight

(game of go) a stone in a ko in atari, a ko stone

Anagrams

• O. K., OK, OK., Ok, Ok., ok

Etymology

Noun

KO (plural KOs or KO's)

(boxing) Abbreviation of knock out.

Verb

KO (third-person singular simple present KO's, present participle KO'ing, simple past and past participle KO'd)

(transitive, boxing) To knock someone out, to render someone unconscious.

Anagrams

• O. K., OK, OK., Ok, Ok., ok

Source: Wiktionary



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