Definitions

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  • noun South Africa A fibre-tip pen.

Etymologies

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From a local brand name.

Examples

  • Another woman sells koki (a food made with bean paste and spices) from a bucket on her head, while she walks around town.

    Me, a teacher? hehehe.

  • Another woman sells koki (a food made with bean paste and spices) from a bucket on her head, while she walks around town.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • The difference between a koki and roti is that koki is cooked twice.

    Salsa Loli

  • Another woman sells koki a food made with bean paste and spices from a bucket on her head, while she walks around town.

    Me, a teacher? hehehe.

  • Next time, I will make a proper koki without a doubt!

    Salsa Loli

  • Since there is a koki water tap right outside of our courtyard, many people - mostly women and children - come here to fetch water.

    The Moose Analogy

  • Most everyone is very cordial and familiar with the wazunguwhite people living in the house by the koki, but occasionally there are children who are taken completely by surprise by our mere existence.

    The Moose Analogy

  • Most everyone is very cordial and familiar with the wazunguwhite people living in the house by the koki, but occasionally there are children who are taken completely by surprise by our mere existence.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • But virtually every one of the hundreds of chairs in the hall had the name HF Verwoerd written in black koki on the back.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Since there is a koki water tap right outside of our courtyard, many people - mostly women and children - come here to fetch water.

    Archive 2007-10-01

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