Keywords: science, commerce
|Part of Speech:||term noun verb|
|Forms:||kaha, kahas, kahasyn|
|Glosses:||method, procedure, process, instructions|
The term 'kaha' comes form Old Common and refers to a method or procedure, or the act of executing on a process.
As a noun, 'kaha' refer to a method, procedure or a set of instruction. It can be used in computer science, where it is sometimes used to denote a function or method that is a pice of reusable code in a computer program. Methodology in a more abstract sense is 'kahasyn'.
As a verb, 'kaha' is a skurun verb meaning to process something through a set procedure. It is often used in its antipassive form, where it means to be engaged in following a process. The verbal form is much less used than the noun form.
The modifier form 'kahas' means 'methodical'.