September 23, 2006 at 4:21 am | Posted in Nouns | Leave a comment

Key (for a car, house, etc) = Kagi (Noun)

Sounds like – Ca(r) key

Story – This one is pretty self explanatory. It basically sounds like “car key” but without the “r” sound. Just imagine you’re late to work, so you run out your door to the car. You start patting all your pockets in a panicky rush to try and find your car keys, but they aren’t there! You collapse into a ball and start sobbing, “where are my car keys, where are my car keys.” You then realize that your front door is locked also, and you can’t find those keys either.

Ca(r) key = Kagi = Key (Just remember to drop the “r” in car.)


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