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In common Language;

1. Basically anything.

2. Something really cool.

On spritual grounds, on a almost intangible level;

3. "Rondom" becomes superior to "Kakboot", therefore "Rondom" concludes/answers/resolves or intensifies "Kakboot".

4. "Rondom" can also be used as a substitute for a phrase containing an answer to a question or problem relating to "Kakboot".

5. One could say that "Rondom" is the parent of "Kakboot".
If "Rondom" has a relation to "Kakboot", then "Rondom" shall ALWAYS remain a superior and a more pleasing subject.

The greater understanding of the meaning and context of the concept "Rondom" shall come to you.
1. "That's "Kakboot Rondom"

2. "That car is "Kakboot Rondom"

3. "Let me show you some "Rondom" his food is mere "Kakboot".

3.1. "At first the ride started of really "Kakboot", but then things started to get really "Rondom".

3.2. "I used have trouble sleeping, which made me feel "Kakboot", but now my life has turned "Rondom".

4. "If your icecream goes "Kakboot"; Rondom.

4.1. "Which "Kakboot" is it? "Rondom".

4.2. "When is it "Kakboot"? "Rondom".

5. "We must pray to god and keep faith in fact that without "Kakboot" we are unable to achieve "Rondom".
by Mr. Luc Weegels August 10, 2009
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