Even after the wrongful dismissal of kaka, the Seleçao never looked in trouble.
Loath were they to leave the place of the kaka and the lake of their dead.
From time immemorial this has been called the kaka Scala, or bad way.
The large parrot may be the kaka, although there is no blue in the plumage of the kaka (Nestor meridionalis).
Two more joined him, and spent the night on board in singing a kaka or song of love for their visitors.
[origin uncertain; perhaps fr late 1800s cack, ''to defecate''; perhaps fr dialect cacky, ''excrement,'' attested by 1899; perhaps fr Latin cacare, ''to defecate,'' used as a euphemism in the presence of children; perhaps fr Modern Greek; ultimately fr the Indo-European root kakka or kaka, designating defecation]