Kook



[kook] /kuk/

noun, Slang.
1.
an eccentric, strange, or foolish person.
2.
an insane person.
/kuːk/
noun
1.
(US & Canadian, informal) an eccentric, crazy, or foolish person
n.

1960, American English slang; see kooky.

modifier

: did a kook piece with dancers

noun

[fr cuckoo]

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