YWOTD: Fakakta, Fakakte, Fakakt, Farkakt, פֿאַרקאַקט

Big fakakta deal!

Fakakta , fakakta meaning , definition of fakakta , what is fakakta – a word used to describe something that is not working well or is really crap. Derived from a multitude of yiddish words

The above excerpted quote is from definition-of.net, and, there is more about fakakta that you may read there.

You may also read about fakata at Yahoo! Answers.

You will find some really, really good examples on the use of this very colorful Yiddish word “fakakta” over at Wordnik.

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2 Responses to YWOTD: Fakakta, Fakakte, Fakakt, Farkakt, פֿאַרקאַקט

  1. chilidogblog says:

    I’ve seen that word somewhere before.

    Like

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