Kai Means inproved as in Dragonball Z KAI
In French Patois/Patwa/ or Creole/Kweyol, this means 'you will burn'. Ou = you Kai = will Bwelay = burn
In the Japanese version but not the English version.
Kai means foodl. In southern dialects of Maori, Kai is the equivalent of Ngati in the North Island. So Kai Tahu are a major iwi in the South Island. Kai is also a prefix used to denote the human agent of some action, for example 'Korero' means speak and 'Kaikorero' means speaker.
No, Kai has not been cancelled. The Japanese version has been finished for a while. There is plenty of credible sources pointing to an English dub coming soon - possibly by 2017.
hey babe whats up dont get me wrong i just wanna say hi
sai Kai shi nav sai Kai shi nav
Kala kai poli kala kai akomi... (kalitera) well and very well and even... (better)
Higurashi Kai isn't licensed in American yet. Sorry.
Learn some English first.
Nalu Kai is roughly a "wise soul who has weathered life's storms"
Kai ego = me too 's agapo = i love you translation = i love you too
"Faithful and skillful" in English is pistos kai epidexios in Greek.
Kai Wong's favorite biblical verse can only be found in the King James version of the English Bible.
Kai Jensen has written: 'The answer of faith' -- subject(s): Danish Sermons, Lutheran Church, Sermons, Translations into English
"Koukai" is pronounced: KOH-kai
"Is that so? About who?"