noun Southern African taboo
Word Origin for kak
Examples from the Web for kak
Raven kept calling to someone that he had forgotten his kak—forgotten the lower blanket of deerskin used for a bed.Myths and Legends of British North America|Katharine Berry Judson
Cactus, kak′tus, n. an American plant, generally with prickles instead of leaves.
The prefixed syllable, Kak, may be derived from Kukidjewum, a rapid stream.
If so, the word equivalent must be kak, as it is seemingly a variant of ik, and hence may be supposed to have the k sound.Day Symbols of the Maya Year|Cyrus Thomas
Even to this day when the camp is being removed the raven flies over and shouts Kak!Ethnology of the Ungava District, Hudson Bay Territory|Lucien Turner