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Definition funny of Tikas:
the ability to cause trouble and create a problem where where one should not exist. see martika
did you see that fight she started? that is such a tika thing to do
A voluptuous sexy beautiful woman who is amazingly talented loves to sing, dance, act and secretly wants to be a Pirate.
Wow that girl is so TIKA!! I've never heard anyone sing like that before. And what is up with that eye patch she wears?
The word 'Tika' comes from the Maori language. Tika 1. (stative) to be straight, direct, upright, fair, correct, accurate, true, appropriate, lawful, proper 2. (modifier) correctly, directly, fairly, justly. 3. (noun) righteousness, truth, correctness, directness, justice, fairness
You gotta keep it Tika! = You gotta keep it real! Give it to me Tika! = Give it to me direct and correct!
N. (tee-ka) Tika is short for MARTIKA (see MARTIKA). Works best with the middle name ROCHELL (see ROCHELL). Tika is long, dark, and very thick haired girl with an attitude that is abrupt and ever changing, but sweet to the ones she loves. When used in combination with Rochell (see ROCHELL) it is a loving and caring wife.
Songs about Tikas:
Ko Tika Te by Mayaula Mayoni Don P. from the Album L'amour Au Kilo
Azucena Tika by Inkuyo from the Album Temple of the Sun (Music of the Andes)
Tika by Jean-Claude Mondésir from the Album Zouk Retro Vol1
Tangi Tika - Tahiti by Bill Wolfgramme and His Islanders from the Album Polynesian Music in View
Tanga Tika Toerau by Kingston Trio from the Album Above the Purple Onion
Tika by Jean-Claude Mondésir from the Album Zouk Retro Collector
Mafi Tika by Kasbah Rockers from the Album Kasbah Rockers (With Bill Laswell)
Books about Tikas:
Tika by Guy Lilburne (Jan 10, 2013)
Tika in Action by Chris Mattmann and Jukka Zitting (Dec 11, 2011)
A LIL NASTY BOOK 2 (Tika's Story): An Urban Novella by Ben Harris Jr. (Apr 22, 2014)
A Tika for Jung Bahadur by Jug Suraiya (Aug 1, 2012)
Buried Unsung: Louis Tikas and the Ludlow Massacre by Zeese Papanikolas MA BA and Wallace Stegner (May 1, 1991)
Tika The Glass Jar by Tricia Chinn Campbell and Cherizar Graham (Aug 18, 2014)
Tika: Leven met een bipolaire stoornis (Dutch Edition) by Alette van Bentum and Ibo Jurgens (Mar 11, 2014)
Wiki information Tikas:
Louis Tikas was the main labor union organizer at the Ludlow camp during a 14-month coal strike in southern Colorado from 1913–1914. He was shot and killed during the Ludlow Massacre, the bloodiest event of the strike, on April 20, 1914.
Matias Tikas is a film art director and a production designer.