kuku

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kuku

(kuːkuː)
n, pl kuku
1. (Animals) another name for New Zealand pigeon
2. (Animals) a mussel
[Māori]
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Notably, Iranians including ethnic Persians and ethnic Azerbaijani also make many different types of kukus with a variety of flavorings.
Remove the cooked kuku from the heat and put it ona plate.
Survivors include her mother, Sara Wimer of Eugene; a son, Jason Kukus of Springfield; a sister, Patty Adams; two brothers, Bill and Charles Sturman; and two grandchildren.
In the letter sent to the residents of Kukus (kept by Rajko Zinzifov), Dimitrije Miladinov the teacher is openly expressing his joy because soon the churches will be giving services in the Mace donian language.
Anthropological texts from the mid-1900s often refer to the Kamea as Kuku Kukus.
Judson and Bertazzoni illustrate the discourse of hate citing the conformation of social groups such as the Kukus Klan and of individuals like Hitler and George Bush (2002: 2).
Kukus - Paula Sturman Kukus, 49, of Eugene, died Nov.
anciano(a) kukus (CA), kukun (SU), kuka (MIS), koko (LS) 8.