See also: Moka, móka, mȭka, and mökä

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moka ‎(uncountable)

  1. A ritualized system of exchange in the Mount Hagen area of Papua New Guinea, involving reciprocal gifts of pigs that regulate social status.

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moka

  1. (colloquial) blunder, gaffe, bad
    Sori, mun moka!
    Sorry, my bad!

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Inflection of moka (Kotus type 10/koira, no gradation)
nominative moka mokat
genitive mokan mokien
partitive mokaa mokia
illative mokaan mokiin
singular plural
nominative moka mokat
accusative nom. moka mokat
gen. mokan
genitive mokan mokien
mokainrare
partitive mokaa mokia
inessive mokassa mokissa
elative mokasta mokista
illative mokaan mokiin
adessive mokalla mokilla
ablative mokalta mokilta
allative mokalle mokille
essive mokana mokina
translative mokaksi mokiksi
instructive mokin
abessive mokatta mokitta
comitative mokineen

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moka

  1. to dig, to delve

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ItalianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic المُخَا(al-muḵā), a port on the Red Sea.

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moka m, f ‎(invariable)

  1. A type of coffee originally from Moka
  2. (chiefly uncapitalized) A polygonal, aluminium coffee maker

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From Proto-Slavic *mǫka. Cognates include regional Serbo-Croatian мука/muka(meal), Slovak múka, Russian мука(muka). Non-Slavic cognates include Ancient Greek μάσσω(mássō, to knead), German mengen(to mix).

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móka f ‎(genitive móke, uncountable)

  1. flour

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