Main Entry: su·do·ku·kak·ke
Etymology: A linquistical amalgam of 1) Japanese sudoku, short for suji wa dokushin ni kagiru "the numerals must remain single" (i.e., the digits can occur only once) and 2) Japanese bukakke, the noun form of the Japanese verb bukkakeru which means simply "splash". Modified usage by Mark and Nicole 2007 A.D.
: a "splashing" of numbers upon an individual
I'm getting out my "pen"... you may want to get out your towel... it's time to play a little Sudokukakke.