English: ‘kick’.

See original Mihalic entry.

Noun forms

  1. Action: a kick
    i gat kik! it has a kick to it

Noun combination forms

  1. Sport, games, pastimes: kik kros (a) ‘social’ soccer as played in colonial times (b) a grudge game in soccer

    Frequently a quarrel would occur during the week, and on would tell the other, ‘Along Sunday me two feller kick cross!’ meaning that during the football ‘match’ he would seek out his enemy and kick him good and hard (Booth 1929:176).
    Wau kik

  1. Sport, games, pastimes: ples kik a football field kikbal

Intransitive verb forms

  1. Action: to kick kikim
    hos i save kik the horse can kick; the horse kicks

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