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People

  1. Kako a.k.a. Juanjo Moreno is a Spanish MC.
  2. Kako a.k.a. Megumi Asaoka is a Japanese pop singer, and actress. Her real name is Kayoko Fuji.
  3. Kako is a musical artist, musician.
  4. Kako a.k.a. Juan José Aramburu Amorena is an Olympic skeet shooter. At the 2008 Summer Olympics he finished eighth in his event so did not advance to the final. Later he won a gold medal at the 2011 Skeet shooting World Championships in Belgrade. At the 2012 Summer Olympics, Aramburu again competed in the men's skeet but did not advance to the final.

There are other people with in their name, like Rion Kako, Kako Kelber, Kako Someya, Kako Kanidia, Satoshi Kako, Takashi Kako, Kako Matsuura, Kako Kandahari, Kako Larrañaga, Princess Kako of Akishino and many others.

Characters

  1. Kako is a fictional film character.
  2. Kako is a fictional character from the 2005 tv series Peach Girl.
  3. Kako is a fictional character from the 2009 film Korkoro.
  4. Kako is a fictional character from Blood Money.
  5. Kako is a fictional character from the 1971 film Kako.
  6. Kako is a fictional character from the 2013 film Gare du Nord.
  7. Kako a.k.a. Isao Kako is a fictional character in the anime and manga franchise Bokurano: Ours created by Mohiro Kitoh.

Film

"Kako" is a 1971 film written by Reza Mirlohi and directed by Shapur Gharib.

Music

"Kako" is a musical album of Kako y su Orquesta.

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Place

Kako a.k.a. Colorado Plains Regional Airport is a public-use airport located on the north side city limits of Akron, Colorado, a town in Washington County, Colorado, United States. The airport is approximately 115 miles northeast of Denver.

Miscellanea

Kako a.k.a. Kako Language: Kako or Mkako or Mkaka, is a Bantu language spoken mainly in Cameroon, but also has speakers in the Central African Republic and Congo. The main population centers of Kako speakers includes Batouri and Ndélélé in the East Region of Cameroon.

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Kako

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Google previewMarshall Islands Legends and Stories (2003)

by Daniel A. Kelin

a game Kajkaki KAHJ-kah-kee Kako [KAH-koh] A kako is a rooster.

Google previewEthiopia (2015)

by Philip Briggs

Lying roughly halfway between Key Afer and Jinka, and sharing these towns' temperate highland climate, Kako is a small but attractive Aari village noted for its busy Monday market. For independent travellers, it would make for a ...

Google previewSchool to Work Transition in Japan (1993)

An Ethnographic Study by Kaori Okano

Kako is a second generation Korean living in a working class area, where the majority of the city's Koreans reside, but does not speak ...

Google previewList of Ancient Monuments in Bengal (1896)

by Bengal (India). Public Works Department

Hasanpur Kako is a largish, straggling village situated on a high mound near a large lake, into which a branch of the Jamunā empties itself. The principal remains of interest here are a dargah and some statues. The dargá is an unpretending ...

Google previewThe Klamath Indians of Southwestern Oregon (1890)

by Albert Samuel Gatschet

The jaw is our organ for biting, and is called kako just like the bone. LAMA to be dizzy, giddy, drunk, bewildered, and to curse contains a radix lam-, the primitive signification of which is that of turning in a circle, revolving, reeling. This will ...

Google previewThe Klamath Indians of Southwestern Oregon: Letter of transmittal. Ethnographic sketch. Texts. Grammar (1890)

by Albert Samuel Gatschet

The jaw is our organ for biting, and is called kako just like the bone. LAMA to be dizzy, giddy, drunk, bewildered, and to curse contains a radix lam-, the primitive signification of which is that of turning in a circle, re— volving, reeling. This will ...

Google previewThe History of Thucydides (1829)

Newly Translated Into English, and Illustrated with Very Copious Annotations, Exegetical, Philological, Historical and Geographical; Almost Entirely Original ... Prefixed, is an Entirely New Life of Thucydides: with a Memoir on the State of Greece, Civil and Military, at the Commencement of the Peloponnesian War by Thucydides

"OTAa tropow is a usual phrase, denoting hostility; and tri kako is a formula which not unfrequently occurs in treaties.

Google previewMarine and Freshwater Products Handbook (2000)

by Roy E. Martin, Emily Paine Carter, George J. Flick, Jr., Lynn M. Davis

Kako is a dried product with a mild to strong odor. Tambadiang is commonly prepared from fish such as bonito in Senegal. The fish is washed, placed in concrete vats with alternate layers of salt, left to ferment for one to three days before being ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Some Tuamotuan Dialects of the Polynesian Language (2013)

by J.F. Stimson, Donald Stanley Marshall

FAG, ANA KAKO S. Iron-gray hair.

Google previewA Dictionary of Tocharian B (2013)

Revised and Greatly Enlarged by Adams, Douglas Q. Adams

kako" (n.[m. sg.]) ...

Google previewAn English-Herero Dictionary (1883)

With an Introduction to the Study of Herero and Bantu in General by F. W. Kolbe

Kako; indé...

indeed not, ayee, kako ; indé, kako, —, by the witch-poison indé ouanga ; ayee ouanga ; —, in (prob. abbreviated form of indé): (ua tyere) in ...

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Scrabble value of K5A1K5O1

The value of this 4-letter word is 12 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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