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Definition of moka

moka

  • to be alright or just fine, i.e. to replace "good" in "It's all good!"
    Dude, it's all moka!

    Last edited on Aug 21 1998. Submitted by Katherina T. from Fresno, CA, USA on Aug 21 1998.

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