Words with 'k' as the first letter that end with 'p'

45 combinations have been uncovered.

3 letter words

  • kep
  • kip
  • kop

4 letter words

  • kapp
  • keap
  • keep
  • kelp
  • kemp
  • keup
  • kilp
  • klip
  • klop
  • knap
  • knop

5 letter words

  • kanap
  • kelep
  • knosp

6 letter words

  • katsup
  • keslep
  • kickup
  • kidnap
  • kohemp
  • kuldip

7 letter words

  • keeslip
  • kerflap
  • kerflop
  • ketchup
  • kingcup
  • kinship
  • kneecap
  • knockup

8 letter words

  • killcrop
  • kingklip
  • kingship
  • knapscap
  • kromskop

9 letter words

  • knaveship

10 letter words

  • kaisership
  • keepership
  • khakanship
  • kittenship
  • knightship

11 letter words

  • kindredship
  • kingdomship
  • kinsmanship

Which word that starts with 'k' and ends with 'p' is the most popular word?
The most common word in this list is 'keep', which is actually the 339th most popular word in this list.

In Scrabble, what is the highest score you can get from words that start with 'k' and end with 'p'?
Using this particular combination, the best word you ought to play is 'kromskop' scoring 20 points in Scrabble.

In total, how many words could you make using the combination of letters requested?
From this page of words beginning with 'k' and ending with 'p', there are 45 unique entries that can be selected.

Is there an example word from this page of word that starts with 'k' and ends with 'p' which might be thought of as interesting in any manner?
There are several weird words in this list, however our favorite word is 'knap'. 'Knap' is defined as "A protuberance; a swelling; a knob; a button; hence, rising ground; a summit. See Knob, and Knop. The highest part and knap of the same island. Holland. 1. To bite; to bite off; to break short. [Obs. Or Prov. Eng. ] He will knap the spears apieces with his teeth. Dr....", according to the dictionary.

How many characters does the biggest word from this page contain?
The longest word derived by our team is 'kindredship'. It is made up 11 letters.