the meaning of "kappa"...

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Insane Trapper

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07-10-2013

So I have seen in some threads users using "kappa" but the hell what dose it means?! If you google kappa you will find that kappa is a water demon from Japanese mitologi. Anyone who can give me the light?


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MariosTheGreatCY

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07-10-2013

Kappa is the greek alphabetical letter. it stands for "K" and is pronounced kappa


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Real Fragkos

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07-10-2013

maybe they talk about the beach party , http://kalikappabeachparty.com/


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Bubble O Seven

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07-10-2013

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Dragonicvisage

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07-10-2013

Its the most popular emotion in twitch.tv if you have heard about the place, anyways the meaning of kappa is ''TrollFace'' in.. u can call it twitch language or W/e


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Whacked Bear

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07-10-2013

Kappa is the Swedish word for coat.


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Lonaticus

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07-10-2013

Kappa is a company that makes sports outfits.


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MariosTheGreatCY

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07-10-2013

Quote:
Originally Posted by Whacked Bear View Post
Kappa is the Swedish word for coat.
Kappa is not a swedish word. Its a greek word and yes it means coat, google it. and its also in the greek alphabet


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Whacked Bear

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07-10-2013

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Originally Posted by MariosTheGreatCY View Post
Kappa is not a swedish word. Its a greek word and yes it means coat, google it. and its also in the greek alphabet
Oh, I am so sorry MariosTheGreatCY. I should have looked the word up first and make sure that we didn't borrow it from an other language. That was silly of me. Next time I make sure to do so.

No matter if we borrowed it or not, it's still the Swedish word for coat... You're just being @nal about it.


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MariosTheGreatCY

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07-10-2013

If a word is borrowed then that word does not belong to your language. But im not been @na@l about it. im just correcting u