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Caca is the french-speaking children word for fecal matter. Sometimes becomes caca boudin which makes it sound way funnier
Beurk on dirait du caca!
by FrenchLascar187 February 11, 2004
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1 means shit
2 is a slang word to cover up for drugs if cops or authority is near.
example: hey man, hide your caca the popo are right there
by K-hen April 27, 2008
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1. (noun)World-wide, this is the most recognized word meaning "Shit."

More recently, it has been used as a deragatory word referring to those informants who tell your girlfriend things you've done or said that you never wanted her to know. When she gets this information, the shit starts to fly.

As a verb, it is used as the aforementioned act of informing the girlfriend that causes the shit to fly. It is also used as a verb referring to the shit flying.
Ellen is such a caca. She told my girlfriend Mary all about the time I lied and said I was working late so I could go out with the guys to the titty bar. She really cacaed my life for weeks. Damn caca.
by LarryLM September 07, 2006
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1. (noun)World-wide, this is the most recognized word meaning "Shit."

More recently, it has been used as a deragatory word referring to those informants who tell your girlfriend things you've done or said that you never wanted her to know. When she gets this information, the shit starts to fly.

As a verb, it is used as the aforementioned act of informing the girlfriend that causes the shit to fly. It is also used as a verb referring to the shit flying.
Ellen is such a caca. She told my girlfriend Mary all about the time I lied and said I was working late so I could go out with the guys to the titty bar. She really cacaed my life for weeks. Damn caca.
by LarryLM September 07, 2006
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The sound made by the infamous blue falcon. The sound is often heard after the blue falcon has already appeared. Can be used as a verb. Origin: United States Army, used extensivley by Civial Affairs just ask any member of the 489th. Pronounced Ka-kaw, high pitched, stressed on the second syllable.
You have just been ca-ca'ed.
by John M McGowan January 31, 2009
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