A slang-term used in British English to describe something as "first class" or "absolutely genuine".
That DVD is no "bootleg". It's pukka.
by Anonymongo November 20, 2006
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pukka the best off the very best-pure
yo jay this shit is pukka trust
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Used as an expression of quality - one of the many catchphrases used by celebrity twat Jamie Oliver.
"Being a chef is pukka."
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Pukka. it means the real mcCoy, genuine, echt, the real deal, bona fide, original.

'that thing about pukka being chinese slang for bitches was a load of shite'
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It's a Hindi word popularized by Jamie Oliver. It literally means 'cooked', but when used in slang, it gives emphasis. And the British twat pronounces it wrong - you say 'PUK-kah', not 'pukka'.

It can mean everything is okay, finished, complete.
Jim, this is the pukka weed my friend. Where did you find it?

He forgot the ketchup? This MacDo isn't pukka!
by suspectedterrorist May 31, 2005
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Bungalows - the term is derived from bangalo, meaning literally "of Bengal" - had long been commonplace in India: the first reference dates from 1676 when the East India Company's agent in Madras referred to "bangales or hovels built for English staff". Initially, the definition of the word was a lightly built house with a thatched roof; a masonry house, by contrast, was called a "pukka" house. It wasn't until well into the 19th century that "bungalow" became synonymous with a single-storey dwelling.
by Anonymous July 16, 2003
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