Latvian Vocabulary: F - Ķ

galds (masc. noun) 'table'
gara (fem.nom.sg.adj.) 'long, tall'
gatavs (adj.) 'ready'
grāmata (fem. noun) 'book'
gribēt (verb, infin. conj.cl. 3(b)) 'to want'
iekša (noun, fem.) '(the) indoors, (the) inside'
iet (verb, infin. irreg.) 'to go, walk'
ir (verb, 3.p.pres. form of būt 'to be') 'is'
(affirmative) 'yes'
jaka (noun, fem.) 'jacket, cardigan'
Jānis (noun, masc.) 'John'
jau (adverb) 'already'
jauki (adverb) 'nicely, pleasantly'
jauns (adjective, masc.nom.sg.) 'new, young'
Jāzeps (noun, masc.) 'Joseph'
jūs (pronoun, 2.p.pl.nom.) 'you'
(adverb, interrogative) 'how'
kafija (noun, fem.) 'coffee'
kaķis (noun, masc.) 'cat'
kāpēc (adverb, interrog.) 'why'
kas (pronoun, masc. interrogative/relative) 'what'
klājas (verb, 3.p.pres.refl.) 'goes, fits, suits'
klau (verb, 2.p.sg.imper.) 'listen!'
klausos (verb, 1.p.sg.pres.refl.) '(I'm) listening'
kļava (noun, fem.) 'maple tree'
ko (pronoun, acc.sg. interrog./relative) 'what'
koks (noun, masc.) 'tree'
kur (adverb, interrogative) 'where'


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