[key-tee-did] /ˈkeɪ ti dɪd/
any of several large, usually green, American long-horned grasshoppers, the males of which produce a characteristic song.
any typically green long-horned grasshopper of the genus Microcentrum and related genera, living among the foliage of trees in North America
insect of the locust family (Microsentrum rhombifolium), 1784, American English (perhaps first used by John Bartram), imitative of the stridulous sound the male makes when it rubs its front wings together. The sound itself is more accurately transcribed from 1751 as catedidist.
[key-tee] /ˈkeɪ ti/ noun 1. a female given name, form of or .
[kat-suh n-jam-er] /ˈkæt sənˌdʒæm ər/ noun 1. the discomfort and illness experienced as the aftereffects of excessive drinking; hangover. 2. uneasiness; anguish; distress. 3. uproar; clamor: His speech produced a public katzenjammer. /ˈkætsənˌdʒæmə/ noun (mainly US) 1. a confused uproar 2. a hangover n. 1849, “a hangover,” American English colloquial, from German katzen, comb. form […]
[kah-oo-ah-ee, kou-ahy] /ˌkɑ uˈɑ i, ˈkaʊ aɪ/ noun 1. an island in NW Hawaii. 511 sq. mi. (1325 sq. km). /kɑːˈwɑːiː/ noun 1. a volcanic island in NW Hawaii, northwest of Oahu. Chief town: Lihue. Pop (Kauai county): 60 747 (2003 est). Area (island): 1433 sq km (553 sq miles)
[kahkh] /kɑx/ noun, Scot. 1. .