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EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Slavic, from a Proto-Indo-European root *kakka-. Compare Serbo-Croatian kakati, kakiti, Italian cacare.

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ка́кать ‎(kákatʹimpf ‎(perfective пока́кать)

  1. (childish) to poop, to crap
    Я ка́каю ка́ждый де́нь‎ ― Ja kákaju káždyj dénʹ ― I poop every day.
    Ива́н ка́кает раз в неде́лю‎ ― Iván kákajet raz v nedélju ― Ivan poops once a week.
    А Ашо́т не ка́кает вообще́‎ ― A Ašót ne kákajet voobščé ― And Ashot doesn’t poop at all.

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