It's ABC Wednesday- I've found quite a few Yiddish K words on yiddish word websites- some I've cut and pasted
KASNIK- hothead (they have a lot of words for this, don't they?)
KIBITZ: To offer comments which are often unwanted during a game, to tease or joke around. A kibitzer gives unasked for advice.
KINE-AHORA: A magical phrase to ward off the evil eye or to show one's praises are genuine and not tainted by envy. ( I have to check out these terms- this interests me)***
KISHKA: Intestines, belly. To hit someone in the "kishka" means to hit him in the stomach or guts.
KLUTZ: An awkward, uncoordinated person.
KLOP: a hard punch
KOSHER: Refers to food that it prepared according to Jewish law. More generally kosher means legitimate
KVELL: To beam with pride and pleasure, Jewish parents are prone to kvell over their children's achievements.
KVETCH: To annoy or to be an annoying person, to complain.
(Here's one for British readers) Knacker- a big shot
The Knacker kept kibitzing with the kvetch next to me. They were so loud, I wanted to kvitsch, but instead I gave the kibitzer a klop in the kishka making him feel krank. In order not to appear like a kasnik, I pretended to trip, called myself a klutz, and lamely apologized.
OH! I give up. I was going to post a picture by googling "punch stomach" but on something like page ten, I actually saw an up close picture of a woman's vagina. I, of course, wondered what it had to do with punch and stomach so I went to the website. Some forum asked people to post pictures of naked chicks that had been sent to their cell phones. One guy had a disgusting story about punching and stomach. I never expected to see a vagina up close when googling either of those terms.