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Fijian

Etymology

English sugar.

Noun

suka

  1. sugar

Finnish

(index su)

Pronunciation

  • Hyphenation: su‧ka
  • Rhymes: kuka, muka
  • IPA: /ˈsukɑ/

Noun

suka (stem su-?)

  1. A brush, especially one used for brushing animals.
  2. A currycomb.

Derived terms

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Indonesian

Noun

suka

  1. pleasure

Verb

suka

  1. like
  2. love
  3. (colloquial) frequently

Usage notes

  1. Dia suka musik pop.
  2. Aku suka pergi ke sana seminggu sekali.

Synonyms


Latvian

Noun

suka

  1. brush

Declension

Fourth declension noun
singular plural
nominative suka sukas
genitive sukas suku
dative sukai sukām
accusative suku sukas
locative sukā sukās



Polish

Noun

suka f. [[Category:Template:lang:pl nouns|suka]]

  1. bitch (female dog)
  2. bitch (Template loop detected: Template:context 1) may be used as an offensive term without a suggestion of promiscuity, but rather as a pushy, domineering person.

Slovak

Noun

suka f.

  1. bitch

Swahili

Verb

suka

  1. to shake

Tagalog

Noun

suka

  1. vinegar

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