Best fifteen positive words that start with K are given below
Under the table you also get origin time, meaning, and examples of these words.
With origin time, meaning and examples-
1. Keen (Adjective) (1830-35) Intelligent, bright, brilliant, wise, sharp.
He was a man of keen perception.
Dogs have a keen sense of smell.
2. Knowledge (Noun) (1250–1300) Awareness, understanding, enlightenment, consciousness, education.
Knowledge advances by steps not by leaps.
Knowledge is the antidote to fear.
3. Key (Noun) (before 900) Answer, clue, solution, path, route.
Love is the master key that opens the gates of happiness.
Knowledge is a Treasure, but Practice is the key to it.
4. King (Noun) (before 900) Leading light, master, ruler, leader, chief.
The lion is often called the king of the jungle.
Everyone is born king, and most people die in exile.
5. Kudos (Noun) (1825–35) Esteem, respect, honor, fame, prestige.
He received kudos from everyone on his performance.
I hope to keep in touch and continue your hard Kudos!
6. Keep (Verb) (before 1000) Store, retain, remain, save, sustain.
Keep your mouth shut and your eyes open.
A man should keep his friendship in constant repair.
7. Kin (Noun) (before 900) Relatives, family members, folks, connections, kindred.
All his kin were at the wedding.
She has gone to live with her husband’s kin.
8. Kind (Adjective) (before 900) Unselfish, softhearted, good-natured, gentle, humane.
Kind hearts are more than coronets.
Kind words are worth much and cost little.
9. Kerchief (Noun) (1250–1300) Handkerchief, scarf, square, babushka, madras.
I uncover the red kerchief on your head.
A black kerchief modestly veiled her hair.
10. Kid (Noun) (1150–1200) Child, youngster, baby, teenager, youth.
He’s a bright kid and eager to learn.
I was driving along the road when a kid suddenly stepped out in front of me.
11. Kiss (Verb) (before 900) Touch with the lips as a sign of love, reverence, greeting, smooch, neck.
Love starts with a smile, develops with a kiss, and ends with a tear.
The man bent down to kiss the child.
12. Knowing (Adjective) (1325–75) Aware, conscious, knowledgeable, well informed, willful.
True wisdom is knowing what is best worth knowing, and to do what is best worth doing.
Success often depends upon knowing how long it will take to succeed.
13. Kinetic (Adjective) (1850–55) Caused by motion, energizing, active, lively, dynamic.
These are kinetic energy and potential energy.
Eighteen years later, commenting on the consequences of the kinetic theory, he wrote.
14. Kittenish (Adjective) (1745–55) Playful, fun-loving, sportive, lighthearted, gamesome.
I think at that time, everybody is kittenish to the leader, dare not put forward crosscurrent.
The days when young ladies at a dance were supposed to be kittenish around young men.
15. Knightly (Adjective) (before 1000) Heroic, courageous, brave, bold, honorable, gallant, noble.
If you wear knight costumes, you will certainly have a knightly manner.
He composed heroic songs and began to write many a tale of enchantment and knightly adventure.