Definition of kukupa
: kereru Known as kereru in most of the country but as kukupa in the north, wood pigeons were traditionally killed for their meat and feathers, but are now protected. — Sunday Star-Times (Auckland, New Zealand), 22 Apr. 2012
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Origin and Etymology of kukupa
First Known Use: 1838See Words from the same year
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