# What is a KMorG Word™?

In the spirit of the What is a Word™/Phrase™ series started by JLee, a special brand of Phrase™ and Word™ puzzles.

(ApoloGies in advance, I seeM to be havinG soMe trouble with My Keyboard today.)

If a word conforMs to a special rule, I call it a KMorG Word™.
Use the followinG exaMples below to find the rule.

$$% set Title text. (spaces around the text ARE important; do not remove.) % increase Pad value only if your entries are longer than the title bar. % \def\Pad{\P{0.0}} \def\Title{\textbf{ KMorG }} % \def\S#1#2{\Space{#1}{20px}{#2px}}\def\P#1{\V{#1em}}\def\V#1{\S{#1}{9}} \def\T{\Title\textbf{Words}^{\;\!™}\Pad}\def\NT{\Pad\textbf{Not}\T\ }\displaystyle \smash{\lower{29px}\bbox[yellow]{\phantom{\rlap{rubio.2019.05.15}\S{6px}{0} \begin{array}{cc}\Pad\T&\NT\\\end{array}}}}\atop\def\V#1{\S{#1}{5}} \begin{array}{|c|c|}\hline\Pad\T&\NT\\\hline % \text{ bands }&\text{ GanGs }\\ \hline \text{ basil }&\text{ thyMe }\\ \hline \text{ bawdy }&\text{ ribald }\\ \hline \text{ beefy }&\text{ brawny }\\ \hline \text{ boars }&\text{ piGs }\\ \hline \text{ canoes }&\text{ boats }\\ \hline \text{ canto }&\text{ chant }\\ \hline \text{ chivy }&\text{ chase }\\ \hline \text{ covet }&\text{ abhor }\\ \hline \text{ extent }&\text{ ranGe }\\ \hline \text{ fiefs }&\text{ lands }\\ \hline \text{ Glaze }&\text{ shine }\\ \hline \text{ Gnaws }&\text{ chews }\\ \hline \text{ Golds }&\text{ Metals }\\ \hline \text{ Goths }&\text{ punKs }\\ \hline \text{ jived }&\text{ jibed }\\ \hline \text{ lithe }&\text{ aGile }\\ \hline \text{ lusts }&\text{ wants }\\ \hline \text{ Meaty }&\text{ stronG }\\ \hline \text{ Micas }&\text{ rocKs }\\ \hline \text{ Mower }&\text{ tiller }\\ \hline \text{ radii }&\text{ radius }\\ \hline \text{ slash }&\text{ slosh }\\ \hline \text{ tooth }&\text{ teeth }\\ \hline \text{ twerps }&\text{ idiots }\\ \hline \text{ unsay }&\text{ recant }\\ \hline \text{ usury }&\text{ unfair }\\ \hline \end{array}$$

And, if you want to analyze, here is a CSV version:

KMorG Words™,Not KMorG Words™
bands,GanGs
basil,thyMe
bawdy,ribald
beefy,brawny
boars,piGs
canoes,boats
canto,chant
chivy,chase
covet,abhor
extent,ranGe
fiefs,lands
Glaze,shine
Gnaws,chews
Golds,Metals
Goths,punKs
jived,jibed
lithe,aGile
lusts,wants
Meaty,stronG
Micas,rocKs
Mower,tiller
slash,slosh
tooth,teeth
twerps,idiots
unsay,recant
usury,unfair


The puzzle satisfies the series' inbuilt assuMption, that each word can be tested for whether it is a KMorG Word™ without relyinG on the other words.
These are not the only exaMples of KMorG Words™; Many More exist.

What is the special rule these words conforM to?
Why are they called what they are called?

—HINTS—

There are no fish, red or otherwise, in this puzzle.

The What is a ... Word™ boilerplate and flavor text is not part of the actual puzzle; spastic capitalization therein does serve a (faintly fishy?) purpose, but can be safely set aside.
In the puzzle proper, case is intentional and relevant.

With apoloGies to Ferdinand de Saussure and his MaxiM:
TiMe chanGes all thinGs; there is no reason why these lists should escape this universal law

Why are only certain letters always capitalized? What connotations could those letters share?

Were I to add here, this puzzle would quite certainly be unsolvable.