Two letter words starting with ‘K’ are mainly used in the English language to create compound words, such as ‘knock-kneed’, ‘kingly’, or ‘kooky’. While some two letter words starting with the letter ‘K’ can act as verbs in their own right, such as ‘kythe’ and ‘knit’, many others are most commonly used in combination with other words. For example, when combined with a pronoun like ‘she’, the word ‘keek’ can be used to mean sneaking a glance at someone. Similarly, when combined with an adverb like ‘never’, one may use the word ‘ketch’ to convey never catching something or being unable to hold on it. Other common two letter words beginning with K include ‘ka’ for Chinese tea and ‘ko’ for Korean currency.