kaka

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caca

slang Feces. Especially used of and/or by young children. Is there caca in the potty? All right, I'll go empty it.

kaka

1. slang Feces. Especially used by or when speaking to young children. Did you do a kaka in the potty? All right, I'll go empty it. Phew, something stinks. Everyone, check your shoes for kaka!
2. noun, slang By extension, worthless, nonsensical talk; utter rubbish. Ah, that's just a bunch of old kaka, and you know it. Anyone who tells you that this is the right way to do business is full of kaka!

caca

and kaka (ˈkɑkɑ)
1. n. dung; feces. (Juvenile. From Spanish. Usually objectionable.) There’s fresh caca in the front yard.
2. in. to defecate. (Juvenile. Usually objectionable.) Jimmy kakad in his diaper!

kaka

verb
See caca