urban

Definition funny of Kadota:

urbanpronounced: kuh-d-ohhh-ta. Noun: poop, shit, diahhrea, a crap. 1. look at that pile of kadota. 2. i stepped in kadota. Verb: kadota-ing, kadota-ed, kadotas. 1. excuse her while she kadotas.

urban"gah, i really gotta take a kadota!"

songs

Songs about Kadota:

songsKadota's Blues by Oscar Peterson from the Album On Green Dolphin Street

songsKadota's Blues by Oscar Peterson from the Album The Sound of the Trio. Live at the London House (Bonus Track Version)

songsKadota's Blues by Oscar Peterson from the Album The Sound Of The Trio

songsKadota's Blues (feat. Ray Brown & Ed Thigpen) by Oscar Peterson from the Album Complete Oscar Peterson Trio at the London House (feat. Ray Brown & Ed Thigpen)

books

Books about Kadota:

booksThe Kadota Fig: A Treatise on Its Origin, Planting and Care (Classic Reprint) by W. Sam Clark (Jun 25, 2012)

booksKadota: Webster's Timeline History, 1920 - 2007 by Icon Group International (May 14, 2010)

booksThe Kadota fig; a treatise on its origin, planting and care by W. Sam Clark -1873 (Dec 31, 1920)

booksThe Kadota Fig; A Treatise on Its Origin, Planting and Care - Primary Source Edition by W. Sam Clark (Oct 3, 2013)

booksThe Kadota Fig and Kadota Fig Products by William V. Cruess (Oct 31, 2012)

booksThe Kadota fig; a treatise on its origin, planting and care [Paperback] [2010] (Author) W Sam Clark (2010)

booksThe Kadota Fig: A Treatise On Its Origin, Planting And Care by Clark, W. Sam published by Kessinger Publishing... (Sep 10, 2010)

wiki

Wiki information Kadota:

Hiromitsu Kadota
Baseball Player, Person, Measured person, Athlete

Hiromitsu Kadota was a Japanese professional baseball player for the Nankai Hawks, Orix Braves and Fukuoka Daiei Hawks. Reputed for his slugging ability, he ate a lot and became a strong hitter, though he is suffered from diabetes mellitus even now....

Kadota, California
City/Town/Village, Dated location, Statistical region, Location

Kadota is an unincorporated community in Merced County, California, USA. It is located on the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad 4 miles east of Merced, at an elevation of 194 feet.