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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 inspiration for the trio's formation was the music and lifestyle of the Aka pygmies who live in the Central African rainforest.