noun, plural ko·ku.
Origin of koku
Examples from the Web for koku
But I'll go to the gate with you, and Koku will behave himself.
"This image is really too faint to be of much use," went on Tom, as he looked at the one of Koku.Tom Swift and his Photo Telephone|Victor Appleton
Koku staggered as he ran on, but he kept his feet, and did not fall.
"Don't lie to me, unless you want to be mussed up some more," said Tom grimly, glancing at Koku.Tom Swift and His Giant Telescope|Victor Appleton
"Koku is very devoted to me, and sometimes he makes trouble," the youth went on.