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Mkia vs Tomcat - What's the difference?

mkia | tomcat |

As nouns the difference between mkia and tomcat

is that mkia is tail while tomcat is a tom, a male cat.

As a verb tomcat is

to prowl for sexual gratification.


Not English

Mkia has no English definition. It may be misspelled.

English words similar to 'mkia':

mega, muka, massa, mesa, mica, missa, mocha, masa, mca, musea, mecha, meeja, moxa, mecca, maca, mauka, musha, myxa, maika



Alternative forms

*tom cat, tom-cat


(en noun)
  • A tom, a male cat.
  • Verb

  • To prowl for sexual gratification.
  • *1985 , (Peter Carey), Illywhacker , Faber and Faber 2003, p. 539:
  • *:He would not go roaming the streets tom-catting like Mr Schick.
  • Derived terms

    * tomcat around

    See also

    * caterwaul