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AKA

abbr.
also known as

aka

(ˈɑːkə)
n, pl aka
(Plants) a vine, Metrosideros scandens, found in New Zealand
[Māori]

a.k.a.

or AKA or aka,

also known as.
[1945–50]
Translations

AKA

aka ABBR =also known asalias

aka

[ˌeɪkeɪˈeɪ] abbr (=also known as) → alias

aka

abbr of also known asalias, anderweitig bekannt als

aka

[ˌeɪkeɪˈeɪ] abbr =also known asalias
References in classic literature ?
There was a boy who, he said, and none doubted, had helped his father to beat off with rifles from the veranda a rush of Akas in the days when those head-hunters were bold against lonely plantations.
Taggart will make his first title defence in Warrington in September and is revelling in the AKA system and step-up, as the rules are similar to his first love of Thai boxing.
For example, if the AKAs raise $60,000, they are able to make grant recommendations for up to $90,000, which are supported by the Trust.
The conference was organized by the Japanese accounting firm, Deloitte Tohmatsu Group, a subsidiary of Accelerator Tohmatsu Venture Support, and AKA Japan.
The inspiration for the trio's formation was the music and lifestyle of the Aka pygmies who live in the Central African rainforest.