Hakka

[ hah-kuh; Chinese hahk-kah ]
/ ˈhɑ kə; Chinese ˈhɑkˈkɑ /

noun, plural Hak·kas, (especially collectively) Hak·ka for 1.

a member of a Chinese people originally of northern China, now widely distributed throughout southeastern China, in Taiwan and Hong Kong, and in Southeast Asia.
the Chinese language spoken by the Hakka.

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