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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!
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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
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