Burmese:kanh to dry up, khanh to be dried up, exhausted as liquid.
Kachin:ka2 be dried up (?).
Comments:Mat. 180; Luce 52. Loss of final consonant in Jnp. is not clear (Matissoff cites the form as kan2, which is probably Jnp. kan2 coagulated, see *kān). Cf. also Gurung *khar, Kaike khar-pa, Rourou ka.44, Bugun gau 'dry'.