käka

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See also: kaka, káka, and kākā

Swedish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *krāk- (compare Danish krage, Icelandic kráka), itself out of Proto-Indo-European *greh₂-k- (compare Latin grāculus ‘jackdaw’, Serbo-Croatian grákati). More at croak.

Verb[edit]

käka (present käkar, preterite käkade, supine käkat, imperative käka)

  1. (slang) to eat

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