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by Jerry Smitham Published 2 years ago Updated 1 year ago

Why did the Semites use the letters K and K instead of K?

The Semites evidently assigned it the sound value /k/ instead, because their word for hand started with that sound. In the earliest Latin inscriptions, the letters C, K and Q were all used to represent the sounds /k/ and /ɡ/ (which were not differentiated in writing).

What language uses C instead of K?

Hence, the Romance languages generally use C, in imitating Classical Latin's practice, and have K only in later loanwords from other language groups. The Celtic languages also tended to use C instead of K, and this influence carried over into Old English .

What does 20k mean?

When expressing amounts of money, $20K means twenty thousand dollars. In the United Kingdom under the old system (before 2001), a licence plate that begins with "K" for example "K123 XYZ" would correspond to a vehicle registered between August 1, 1992, and July 31, 1993.

Is Kappa a C?

Later, the use of C and its variant G replaced most usages of K and Q. K survived only in a few fossilized forms such as Kalendae, "the calends ". After Greek words were taken into Latin, the Kappa was transliterated as a C. Loanwords from other alphabets with the sound /k/ were also transliterated with C.

What is a K printer?

a device, as a printer's type, for reproducing the letter K or k.

When did Japan last claim the top spot with its K computer?

Japan last claimed the top spot with its K computer in 2011.

What is the eleventh letter of the alphabet?

the eleventh letter of the English alphabet, a consonant. any sound represented by the letter K or k, as in bilk, kit, or sick. a written or printed representation of the letter K or k. a device, as a printer's type, for reproducing the letter K or k.

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What is the Kellogg brand?

(K), known for its Kellogg's brand breakfast foods, is a global food company that sells cereals and snacks such as Cheez-It crackers, Pringles and Eggo waffles. Kellogg was founded as the Battle Creek Toasted Corn Flake Company in 1906.

What is the Kellogg lawsuit?

has filed a lawsuit against its local union in Omaha complaining that striking workers are blocking entrances to its cereal plant and intimidating replacement workers as they enter the plant.

Does Kellogg's Away from Home have a plant based burger?

Kellogg's Away From Home is expanding their existing partnership with Sodexo to deliver a plant-based, meat-like experience with the new Incogmeato™ by MorningStar Farms® Burger Patties at more than 3,000 locations. Sodexo, the world's leading provider of catering, hospitality and food retail services, already serves the Spicy Black Bean Burger by MorningStar Farms®. The company is excited to meet the increasing demand for both plant-based and meat-like options.

Does Kellogg have a partnership with Sodexo?

Kellogg Co. said Tuesday that it has expanded its partnership with Sodexo, a food services and catering company with a presence in 64 companies, to include plant-based Incogmeato burgers at more than 3,000 locations. Sodexo already serves the Morningstar Farms spicy black bean burger. Sodexo is launching the expanded partnership with the health care sector. Kellogg stock is up 3.1% for the year to date while the S&P 500 index has gained 12.5% for the period.



K, or k, is the eleventh letter of the modern English alphabet and the ISO basic Latin alphabet. Its name in English is kay , plural kays. The letter K usually represents the voiceless velar plosive.


The letter K comes from the Greek letter Κ (kappa), which was taken from the Semitic kaph, the symbol for an open hand. This, in turn, was likely adapted by Semitic tribes who had lived in Egypt from the hieroglyph for "hand" representing /ḏ/ in the Egyptian word for hand, ⟨ḏ-r-t⟩ (likely pronounced /ˈcʼaːɾat/ in Old Egyptian). The Semites evidently assigned it the sound value /k/ instead, because their word for hand started with that sound.

Pronunciation and use

English is now the only Germanic language to productively use "hard" ⟨c⟩ (outside the digraph ⟨ck⟩) rather than ⟨k⟩ (although Dutch uses it in loan words of Latin origin, and the pronunciation of these words follows the same hard/soft distinction as in English).
The letter ⟨k⟩ is silent at the start of an English word when it comes before the letter ⟨n⟩, as in the words "knight," "knife," "knot," "know," and "knee".

Related characters

• 𐤊 : Semitic letter Kaph, from which the following symbols originally derive
• Κ κ/ϰ : Greek letter Kappa, from which K derives
• К к : Cyrillic letter Ka, also derived from Kappa
• K with diacritics: Ƙ ƙ, Ꝁ ꝁ, Ḱ ḱ, Ǩ ǩ, Ḳ ḳ, Ķ ķ, ᶄ, Ⱪ ⱪ, Ḵ ḵ

Other usage

• "K" replacing "C" in satiric misspelling.
• K is the unit symbol for the kelvin, used to measure thermodynamic temperature (note: degree sign is not used with kelvin scale).
• K is the chemical symbol for element potassium (from its Latin name kalium).

External links

• Media related to K at Wikimedia Commons
• The dictionary definition of K at Wiktionary
• The dictionary definition of k at Wiktionary

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