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Spanish animals that start with k?

Updated: 10/10/2023
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βˆ™ 12y ago

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Here are some basic Spanish adjectives starting with "g":

guapo/a (handsome)

grande (big)

gran (great; note, gran is used in-front of nouns)

gordo/a (fat)

grave (grave, serious)

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· abierto (open)

· activo (active)

· agradable (agreeable)

· alegre (happy)

· alto (tall, high)

· amable (friendly)

· anciano (elderly)

· antiguo (old)

· atletico (athletic)

· ausente (absent)

· autentico (authentic)

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el koala means the koala, it might be the only one

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βˆ™ 11y ago

komal kola kandy kalco

and kioscowhich means:kiosk, an open, small pavilion, designed, according to the custom of Orientals; for taking refreshment in the middle of the day.

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grande (large)

gordo (fat)

guapo (handsome)

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kantiano (Kantian)

kilometrico

kaki (also 'caqui) (khaki)

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· el koala (koala)

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k

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βˆ™ 13y ago

kANGAROO

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