Origin of koko
Words nearby koko
Other definitions for koko (2 of 2)
How to use koko in a sentence
Koko is great and extremely beloved in the deaf community, but she also did a lot to regress the idea that sign language is a real, formal language.Solution to Evan Birnholz’s Jan. 31 Post Magazine crossword, “That Makes No Sense”|Evan Birnholz|January 31, 2021|Washington Post
People will love the ‘chili water,’ which adds a nice spice to give our Koko Koa a good ‘punch.’
“KoKo” Hassan has earned his title—uncle—because of his age and seniority.
As I was taking the book out of the box, Koko Hassan walked by.
Koko Hassan said that “Senator” Obama had stayed in this residence when he visited Afghanistan in July 2008.
The next morning he asked for orange juice and coffee, and tipped Koko Hassan $50 when he delivered them to his room.
This form kuba also enters the Cameroon region, where it exists alongside of -koko.
Koko-ko-ho, the great owl, keeps watch all night on the bare limb of that big cedar.American Indian Fairy Tales|Anonymous
This branch is probably continued in the range which overhangs the Koko-nor on the south, namely, the south Koko-nor Range.
They were now on the main caravan route to the Tibetan frontier and the Koko-Nor.A Book of Discovery|Margaret Bertha (M. B.) Synge
While I was with him, a few weeks ago, he killed two koko bucks.Stanley in Africa|James P. Boyd