Pukka meaning

pŭkə
(anglo-ind.) Good or first-rate of its kind.
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Genuine; authentic.
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(brit.) Genuine; authentic.
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Superior; first-class.
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(brit., informal) Upper-class.
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Ripe (of fruit)
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Fully cooked (of food)
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Alternative Forms

Alternative Form of pukka - pucka, pucca

Origin of pukka

  • Hindi pakkā cooked, ripe from Sanskrit pakva- from pacati he cooks pekw- in Indo-European roots

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Hindi पक्का (pakkā) and Urdu پکا (pakkā), from Sanskrit पक्व (pakva, “cooked, roasted, baked"), from पचति (pácati, “to cook, bake, roast").

    From Wiktionary