Word of Hawaiian origin meaning learner, grasshopper, the student; someone who is learning the way of doing something; apprentice, pupil, scholar, disciple.
In order to learn the ways of her Master, she must be a great maka.
by ispeakthetruth39 May 17, 2010
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Oi Maka yeta aaije!
by xzer September 30, 2019
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can sing
Maka is the most cute person ever. She is really funny and she is popular. All the guys fall for her. Maka is shy when it comes to new people. Maka is overprotective of her family, even tho she fights with them a lot . Also, Maka has an AMAZING voice! When I say she can sing, I mean she can sing! She is nice just don’t get on her bad side.
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Means problem in Angolan Portuguese derived from kimbundu.
“He is such a maka
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Maka is a mack DJ from Canada, The Port City. Member an leader of the 404th from King Town.
Maka is the mack dad of the Port City.
by John Strump November 16, 2004
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Synonym for Lean/mud/Sizzup/Cough Syrup

I think it´s more often used in Germany/EU but i did wrote it here anyways
Bro do you have maka $$$
by Felix.Flexer October 12, 2020
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An acronym for Make America Klan Again.
Wearing his familiar red cap at the recent rally for his “base,” we noticed the subtle change in the Racist in Chief’s cap which now read MAKA.
by Dr Bunnygirl July 28, 2019
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