Kaka

Ka'ka noun [ Maori kaka a parrot; -- so named from its note.] (Zoology) A New Zealand parrot of the genus Nestor , especially the brown parrot ( Nestor meridionalis ). » The mountain kaka , or kea ( N. notabilis ), is remarkable for having
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kaka

<zoology> A New Zealand parrot of the genus Nestor, especially the brown parrot (Nestor meridionalis). ... The mountain kaka, or kea (N. Notabilis), is remarkable for having recently acquired carnivorous habits. It attacks and kills lambs and pigs, sometimes doing great damage. Night kaka. ... <zoology> The kakapo. ... Origin: Maori kak
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Kaka

• (n.) A New Zealand parrot of the genus Nestor, especially the brown parrot (Nestor meridionalis).
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Kaka

(from the article `African dance`) ...between the sexes. In the Otufo initiation rites for girls among the Ga of Ghana, dance is part of their preparation for womanhood and enables ...
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Kaká

(from the article `Football`) ...in his 149th European cup game, who scored with a shot that bounced down to deceive Liverpool`s Polish goalkeeper, Jerzy Dudek. In the 39th minute ...
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kaka

New Zealand species of parrot (q.v.).[1 related articles]
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Kaka

The Kaka (Nestor meridionalis) is a New Zealand parrot, of a dusky colour, which feeds on fruits, insects, etc, and is semi-nocturnal in habits.
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kaka

olive-brown parrot native to New Zealand
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