Kokorat or cocorat? Either way, it means low class, low life...

Av - November 8 2005, 10:54 AM

Kokorat or cocorat?

Either way, it means low class, low life, low key, (people).

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Define the creole word "cocorat".

What does "cocorat" mean?

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