KK, K.K., kK, k.k., or other sequences of two k's with or without punctuation may refer to:

Arts and mediaEdit

  • "KK" (song), a 2014 song by Wiz Khalifa
  • Kk. or Kirkpatrick number, a designation system for Domenico Scarlatti's keyboard sonatas, devised by Ralph Kirkpatrick
  • Kobylańska Katalog or KK, catalogue of the works of Frédéric Chopin, authored by Krystyna Kobylańska
  • Kvinner og Klær (Women and Clothes) or KK, a Norwegian weekly magazine
  • KK, the production code for the 1967 Doctor Who serial The Faceless Ones


  • Kazakh language (ISO 639-1 code kk), a Turkic language
  • Kenyon and Knott or KK Phonetic Transcription, a transcription system used in the 1944 Pronouncing Dictionary of American English
  • Kernewek Kemmyn (Common Cornish), a variety of the Cornish language
  • Kk (digraph), used to represent a consonant in various languages


For notable people nicknamed "KK", see KK (nickname)



Other usesEdit

  • Kabushiki gaisha, a type of Japanese joint-stock company commonly abbreviated as "KK"
  • Kaluza–Klein theory, a theory in physics
  • Karkat Vantas, a character from the webcomic Homestuck, frequently called "KK" by his friend Sollux
  • AtlasGlobal (IATA airline designator KK), formerly Atlasjet, a Turkish airline
  • Jeep Liberty (KK), a model of Jeep Liberty made from 2008 until 2012
  • Kabushiki kaisha (KK), term for a Japanese corporation or public company
  • Kilokelvin (kK), a temperature or temperature difference of 1000 kelvins
  • k.k. or k.-k. (kaiserlich-königlich), meaning "imperial-royal" in the Austrian and Austro-Hungarian Empires
  • "kk", instant-messaging slang for "OK", an acceptance and indication that no further explanation is necessary
  • KK-theory, in algebraic topology
  • KK thesis, a principle of epistemology
  • Krusty Krab, a fictional SpongeBob SquarePants restaurant
  • K.K. Slider, a fictional character from the video game franchise Animal Crossing

See alsoEdit