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The GREEK word that Wikipedia refuses to properly attribute!

The fact is that the word ka-ka or ka-kon in the more formal grammar is from the Greek language, meaning "bad thing" or as slang for human excrement; for specific reference to a bowel movement that baby makes in an uncontrolled way.

All related words including scientific words using the suffix -caccus, meaning seed are misspelled or falsely translated due to the fact that the letter - k for kappa is the only Hellenic pronunciation for this hard k sound. No Greek dialect has the letter c included in the alphabet unless archaic letters are used such as "qu" which was not adapted from Linear alphabets or the Greek transformation of Phoenician script and glyphic notations.

What is your point? Terms in Greek must be given in the Greek script. Use of c is because most scientific terms come from or via Latin. --Μετάknowledgediscuss/deeds 06:28, 26 July 2012 (UTC)