kúka

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Attested since the 17th century. Related to kúkur; origin uncertain, but perhaps related to kúga and kuggur derived from a noun meaning “clump (of feces)”. Compare also kukka.

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kúka (weak verb, third-person singular past indicative kúkaði, supine kúkað)

  1. to poop, poo (defecate)

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