Koku



[koh-koo; Japanese kaw-koo] /ˈkoʊ ku; Japanese ˈkɔ kʊ/

noun, plural koku.
1.
a Japanese unit of dry measure equivalent to 5.12 bushels (1.8 hectoliters).

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