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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
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Well, Jimwat has released a song that seems to be hitting back at King Kaka, called 'Blunder'.
However, Kaka also indicated he could continue his post-playing career in football.
It was confirmed that Kaka would return to his first club Sao Paulo on loan for six months before returning to the United States to link up with Orlando on January 1, 2015 ahead of their maiden MLS season.
There are steps to be taken but when it comes to values, there is an agreement between all parties involved - Milan, MLS, Orlando, Kaka and Sao Paulo,"he added.
I recently met Kaka again at a UFC event and this time he admitted that he deeply regretted not signing for City.
With Brazil hosting the 2014 World Cup, Kaka launched a plea to leave Real and the Spaniards allowed the 31-year-old to return to his former club on a free transfer.
Meanwhile, all the business centres of the area remained closed on Monday to mourn the Kaka Sahib incident.
Kaka, 29, has won back his place for Brazil after his improved fortunes at Real Madrid but the Spanish league leaders could be tempted to sell for around pounds 30million.
But it is Kaka whose name will most interest Gunners fans.
On 63 minutes Kaka forced his way past a couple of defenders on the left before laying the ball back for Elano to complete the simple task of tapping in from close range.
COAST GROUP G TOMORROW, 3PM KAKA is still crucial to Brazil's hopes of a sixth World Cup crown, according to team-mate Robinho.
30pm, BBC1 KAKA is still crucial to Brazil's hopes of a sixth World Cup crown, according to team-mate Robinho.
Summary: Real Madrid's Kaka is expecting a warm welcome when he returns to the San Siro to take on his former team AC Milan.
CONFEDERATIONS CUP KAKA saved Brazil's blushes with a last-minute penalty to help the South Americans to a dramatic 4-3 success over Egypt in yesterday's Confederations Cup clash, writes Mark Langdon.
The former captain of AC Milan, Paolo Maldini, has spoken out about the sale of star Brazilian player Kaka to Real Madrid, saying the club has no chance of winning the Champions League without him.