Yes I knew that gslapt is very agressive unistalling, but in this case I wanted to be agressive, because there are many stuff I dont need, like Kontact KadressBook, Knotes, I wanted to remove that things and I still cant fine the name of the packages with the koffice was very simple. but How can I find the name of the rest.
I would say you *don't* want aggressive removal because aggressive removal doesn't limit itself to what you want to remove and sometimes it removes so much that your system will no longer work right.
I suggest looking through /var/log/packages to find packages that start with kde. If you use Midnight Commander and highlight the name of the package, hitting F3 displays the contents of the text file. If you look inside the likely suspects for the names of what you want to remove, you'll then be able to remove just that package with removepkg nameofpackage. Kontact and Kaddressbook are in kdepim (partial name).
Some kde programs are contained in kdebase and kdelibs. You need those in order to run kde programs at all, so leave them there. For example, you can't remove just Konqueror. It's in kdebase.