Lai vs Kai - What's the difference?

lai | kai |

As a noun lai

is interest.




(en noun)
  • (historical) A mostly North European form of medieval song, with stanzas that do not repeat.
  • See also

    * ("lai" on Wikipedia)


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  • food
  • * 1995 , Graeme Williams, The FAQ
  • Actually, I'm not sure I like these new hangis using the foil, it tends to stop the juices getting through to the stones and I reckon the hangi kai is drier to the palate.
  • * 2003 , "RK", Maori TV'' (on newsgroup ''nz.general )
  • i.e. they'll spend the first four hours enthusiastic as can be, then get bored, want some kai , go down to the local fish and chip shop & bottle store & spend the rest of the episode telling drunken stories of how they used to steal from the "pakeha that owned the store on the corner" and about days spent down at the social welfare office.
  • * 2003 , "Carmen", Is there really a censor in NZ?!'' (on newsgroup ''nz.general )
  • Got to go now and get some kai .