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Kacke

GermanEdit

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EtymologyEdit

Similar to Latin cacare, Ancient Greek κακκάω (kakkáō), but possibly not directly related to these, instead onomatopoeic, relating to the sound a baby makes when pressing while defecating (“a-a-”).

NounEdit

Kacke f (genitive Kacke, no plural)

  1. (slightly vulgar) crap (something of poor quality; feces)

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SynonymsEdit

  • (feces): Exkrement n (very formal)
  • (feces): Kaviar m (paraphilia)
  • (feces): Kot m (formal)
  • (something of poor quality; feces): Scheiße f (vulgar)
  • (feces): Stuhl m (medical jargon)

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