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K Answers Quiz #1

Based on the clues, guess these random things that start with the letter K.
All answers are a single word
Quiz by Quizmaster
First submittedJanuary 18, 2013
Last updatedDecember 13, 2017
Times taken34,097
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Genghis's grandson
Notoriously flat U.S. state
First name of rapper West
Capital of Afghanistan
Ethnic group of Turkey and Iraq
Japanese suicide pilot
Japanese city famous for beef
Country invaded by Iraq in 1990
First name of UN leader Annan
Home of Russia's government
They want to rock and roll all nite
(and party every day)
Israeli commune
Former capital of Japan
National bird of New Zealand
Peninsula of Pyongyang and Seoul
On this scale, water freezes at 273
Country that broke away from Serbia
Organ that filters blood
Region disputed between India and Pakistan
Singer formerly with a $ in her name
Japanese motorcycle brand
Capital of Uganda
level 68
Jun 17, 2013
It took me a while to get the spelling of Kamikaze right!
level 76
Mar 23, 2014
Kesha no longer has an $ in her name.
level ∞
Apr 14, 2015
Updated the clue
level 59
Jun 22, 2015
The artist formerly known as ...
level 67
Oct 31, 2017
More to the point who the hell is she?!
level 73
Aug 7, 2018
She's a singer who used to spell her name with a dollar sign.
level 58
Mar 13, 2019
Never heard of her---must be big in the last 20 years...
level 43
Aug 5, 2015
Lol I spelled "Kabul" as "Kubal" and I was wondering why that wasn't right ahaha. Now I know why.
level 58
Aug 7, 2015
I'm neither proud nor ashamed that rock lyrics are not my thing. But just as I was clicking "Give up" because I'd answered all the others, "I wanna rock and roll all nite" was going through my mind, and then Lois Griffin got the microphone and stumbled through "And have a pretty good .... day" or whatever it was, and I slapped my forehead and said "K___, you idiot! You did know that one!"
level 69
Aug 18, 2015
What, no "TOO JAPAN CENTRIC!!!" rants?
level 72
Oct 18, 2015
too easy!
level 64
Jan 9, 2016
A quibble on wording - there is no such thing as degrees in Kelvin. Kelvin is both the name of the scale, and the unit of measure. So, water doesn't freeze at 273 degrees Kelvin, but at 273 Kelvin (and technically, 273.15 Kelvin, to be precise).
level 69
Aug 24, 2017
I was getting ready to write this exact point, but I see you already did. doesn't look like it did much good
level ∞
Dec 13, 2017
This horrendous mistake has been fixed.
level 80
Dec 14, 2017
'Notoriously flat U.S. state' should be 'Notably flat U.S. state'.
level 67
Aug 7, 2018
Not if what you mean is "notoriously."
level 76
Aug 8, 2018
Anyone who has driven across the state might agree it is notorious rather than notable. I remember riding through the southern part of the state as a child before car a/c was available, and I'll never forget the intense heat coming through the window and the boring scenery broken up occasionally by "aromatic" feed lots and oil wells and a few dusty small towns.
level 76
Dec 15, 2017
First name of UN leader should be updated to "former." Even Annan's successor now has a successor!
level ∞
Aug 7, 2018
The clue doesn't need to be changed. It's like if I asked for the first name of U.S. President Washington. Common sense dictates that he is not the current President.
level 60
Dec 17, 2017
I'm surprised more people got the capital of Uganda than KISS
level 73
Aug 7, 2018
Kampala is last, now.
level 53
Mar 18, 2018
fun fact, scientists crunched the numbers and discovered that Kansas is actually flatter than a pancake.
level 38
Sep 4, 2018
My ex was an MP in the Army and stationed in Kansas. He said that when on guard duty, he would stand on a chair and guard the entire state. (I'm sure that similar antics are what got him stationed there in the first place).
level 62
Aug 7, 2018
Ethnic group of Iraq, Turkey, Syria, Iran
level 75
Sep 29, 2018
Yes, agreed. Please change the clue to reflect that the Kurds are divided between four countries (perhaps a little tricky to word given the autonomous zone). Looks like this quiz hasn't been updated since the fall of the Ottoman Empire ;)