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Faux Cyrillic reading of Russian сука (suka, bitch).

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cyka

  1. (US, vulgar, offensive) bitch; contemptible person, usually but not necessarily female.
    • 2012, Dowling, Clare, Would I Lie To You?, →ISBN:
      I was a cyka of the worst sort.
    • 2015, Jon Land, Strong Light of Day: A Caitlin Strong Novel, →ISBN:
      And you're my cyka now; you're my bitch because you ask to be treated like one.
    • 2016, Margaret Stohl -, Black Widow: Red Vengeance, →ISBN:
      “Yeah, a real cyka.” It wasn't a compliment.

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