noun, plural ko·kos.
Origin of koko
Examples from the Web for koko
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.
While I was with him, a few weeks ago, he killed two koko bucks.Stanley in Africa|James P. Boyd
She understood that she had not found in him what she had sought; that which she had once known in herself and in Koko.The Forged Coupon and Other Stories|Leo Tolstoy
This form kuba also enters the Cameroon region, where it exists alongside of -koko.
But afterwards, when she saw her father and especially little Koko (Nicholas), her resolve weakened.War and Peace|Leo Tolstoy
That can surrounded the finest brand of Koko Korn syrup, extra rich.From the Car Behind|Eleanor M. Ingram