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Definition of "kaka" []

  • A brownish-green New Zealand parrot (Nestor meridionalis). (noun)
  • A New Zealand parrot, Nestor meridionalis, with a long compressed bill (noun)

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Use "kaka" in a sentence
  • "The word 'cake' is said to have coined as early as 13th century and is said to have derived from 'kaka' - an Old Norse word."
  • "Udinese - Milan sam: kaka kaka - cheeky backheel gone to waste Copa Del Rey Champions! sid: The key to piercing the bus is having midfielders shooting from long range."
  • "However, having paid an amazing £100 million on 'Buy It Now' - shattering the prior fee record for any player - the club were despondent to be sent a bucket of fresh horse 'kaka' instead."