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Definition of Kaama

Kaama n. means: The hartbeest.

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Kaama n. means: The hartbeest.

Meaning of Kaama

Kaama (n.) means: The hartbeest.

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Kaama (n.): The hartbeest.

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Meaning of Kaama

Kaama means: The hartbeest.

Dictionary words and meanings

Meaning of Aphlogistic

Aphlogistic means: Flameless; as, an aphlogistic lamp, in which a coil of wire is kept in a state of continued ignition by alcohol, without flame.

Meaning of Meteorism

Meteorism means: Flatulent distention of the abdomen; tympanites.

Meaning of Rhumb

Rhumb means: A line which crosses successive meridians at a constant angle; -- called also rhumb line, and loxodromic curve. See Loxodromic.

Meaning of Succiferous

Succiferous means: Producing or conveying sap.

Meaning of Untrustful

Untrustful means: Not to be trusted; not trusty.

Slang words and meanings

Meaning of AWESOME

AWESOME means: Awesome is slang for wonderful, excellent, very impressive.

Meaning of GET A HUSTLE ON

GET A HUSTLE ON means: Get a hustle on is British slang for to hurry up, to make haste.

Meaning of SHAWL

SHAWL means: Shawl is Irish slang for a prostitute.

Meaning of vick

vick means: "Flick the vick". To stick your two fingers up at someone in an manner meant to be insulting. e.g. "I gave that maths teacher the vick this morning."'V' sign using two fingers has long been a signal of contempt. It originated during the interminable wars between the English and the French. The French were in awe of the English longbow-men. If the French managed to capture any of the bowmen, their practice was to sever the two "string" fingers of the right hand thus rendering them permanently incapable of using a bow.It thus became a symbol of contempt and derision for those English bowmen who still possessed their fingers, to wave them at the opposing side.During World War Two, Winston Churchill used it either way round, to signify "victory", and the shortened somewhat "politer" name of the action has since dropped into common useage since as "the vick", though the original expression "flick the vees" is still used in alongside the newer term.

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