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- n. Alternative form of coca.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See coca.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A variant form of coca.
Sometimes also, confusion arises between the cacao and the coca or cuca,  a small shrub like
Assuming you get an approved loan and an accepted contract, the steps cuca lists kick in.
For the female genitalia, the people from the River Plate use the term cajita or cajeta, and elsewhere it may be concha; but in Central America there are other rather descriptive terms, such as cuchara ` spoon, 'cuca, short for cucaracha
The Spanish cuca, cuca is merely a kind of caterpillar.
Spanish have more than one (accidental?) form in common, for cuca there is the Latvian word for ` insect, 'kukainis, which is puzzlingly similar also to the Japanese word for ` insect,' konchu.
Dnm enim arbicrium deferc filio, cuca erunc pacri om* nia a filio, qoiparitcr pa-* lyi P.
The C-Roll's Happy Ending: A Back-Row Handjob At A Marlins Game NSFW Snooki publicly flashed her cuca shall henceforth be known as The Worst Day Of Snooki's Life™.
And if a person isn't working, they are at the bars drinking - you go out, you find cuca-shops, music blaring 24 hours a day, "Hango commented.