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kuta

/ɡuːˈðɑː/
noun (Hinglish)
1.
a male dog
2.
(derogatory) a man or boy regarded as unpleasant or contemptible
Word Origin
C21: Hindi
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  • The Maymbung forces greatly outnumbered their adversaries, defeated them, destroyed the kuta, and burned the settlement.

    The History of Sulu Najeeb M. Saleeby
  • The kuta of Bwisan and Timahu were attacked and reduced, the settlements burned, and much blood was shed.

    The History of Sulu Najeeb M. Saleeby
  • The kuta of the first three of these settlements were destroyed and their armaments were taken.

    The History of Sulu Najeeb M. Saleeby
  • Hostilities extended to Siasi and the kuta of Datu Hiyang was attacked.

    The History of Sulu Najeeb M. Saleeby
  • The Sanscrit possesses the radical of kuta, and that is kuda, to heap up, but the Irish does not possess the radical of codadh.

    Wild Wales George Borrow

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