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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from English kick, originally as football/soccer slang, probably from Old Norse kikna (to sink at the knees), from Proto-Germanic *kaik-, *kaikaz (bent backwards).

VerbEdit

kicka (present kickar, preterite kickade, supine kickat, imperative kicka)

  1. (slang) to kick, to strike with the foot
  2. (slang) to can (to fire or terminate an employee)

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