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Definition of moka

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Definitions include: scared, afraid.
Definitions include: of an emotion or feeling, very high.
Definitions include: not well.
Definitions include: In the 1950's American TV show first called The Buster Brown Show and later called Andy's Gang, a character named Froggy the Gremlin would magically appear when summoned by the phrase "pluck your magic twanger, Froggy!"
Definitions include: 1) To tell someone something they don't want to hear. 2) To talk trash.
Definitions include: displeasing; "uncool".
Definitions include: to attempt to maximize gas mileage by making fuel-conserving adjustments to one's car and one's driving techniques.
Definitions include: the misbehaving child of a lower-class person.
Definitions include: Rolls of fat on the back of one's neck.
Definitions include: killed, struck, or just generally experienced something negative.

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