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Numerology information Shaka:
Name Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order
Additional information Shaka:
Indian Meaning: The name Shaka is an Indian baby name. In Indian the meaning of the name Shaka is: From the Shaka.
African Meaning: The name Shaka is an African baby name. In African the meaning of the name Shaka is: The name of the Zulu tribal leader sometimes compared to Attila the Hun. Shaka shaped an amalgamation of tribes into the great Zulu nation in the early 19th century.
Definition funny of Shaka:
Hawaiian hand gesture. It has many meanings. Originally it means to "hang loose", or to chill and be laid back. It can be used as a positive reinforcement. If somebody did something good, cool, or righteous; You can give them a shaka as a sign of approval or praise. It can also be used as a welcome/goodbye sign. Most people would give the shaka as a sign of wassup or hello, use it as a way of saying goodbye, and even use it as a thank you. To make a shaka: 1. make a fist (not a tight fist) 2. extend both your pinky and your thumb. 3. lightly shake your hand (too fast makes you like retarded or like a tourist, and too slow make you look stupid.) 4. If you don't want to do the shake, you are also able to do the "I'm tuff" motion. In a downward motion, move your hand. Giving a kind of downward wrist flick at the end. It gives you a more "i'm bad look". It's mainly used by old school Local boyz.
"Eh, shaka brah."
Originated in Hawaii. Old story goes: Old man dynamites reef for fish, heʻs good at it and does it all the time.One day blows up hand and is left with 2 fingers thumb and pinky. Locals would see him around and wave at him, he would wave back but only with thumb and pinky. Pretty soon locals would wave back in same way. Its called shaka because he always claimed he didnʻt feel anything when it first happened, he claimed he was "shocked" at the fact that he actually blew his hand up after all these years.Thus this hawaii tradition has always meant "no worry", everything here is and will always be good no matter what happens. Dynamite is no longer allowed. this happened before hawaii was a state of USA. Around turn of century or "plantation days". Always used as a greeting or gesture, usually conveying tones of love, family, friend, aloha, togetherness, rightousness, thankful, greatful, blessed, supreme karma. Given freely without anything expected in return, and always from the heart.
CHOKE KINE SHAKAS 1 shake (quick and easy) REQURES A "TANKS AH" use this when someone lets you "in" when get choke traffic. MOKE SHAKA (Loud and furious) donʻt curl your 3 fingers closed. Instead, keep them togther and stick thumb and pinky way out to the side. Stick arm straight out and up kinda like nazi hail hitler but instead yeal "HO CUZ" Use this when your driving your lifted truck and you see your friend driving the other way. Country boy style cuz. Bro shaka after you shake hands Bro style, end with shaka Boom Shaka after pound fist to greet you end with shaka instead of "blowing it up" Shaka Brah make a shaka and "punch" towards person and leave it extended out aiming towards them. the longer you extend and leave out, the more excited you are to see them. Use this with "eh brah" or "U FAKA" Double shaka make shaka with one hand, make shaka with da other hand now you get 2 shakas. Use this when extremely happy like when someone does you huge favor or hooks you up. the more you spread out your arms, the bigger the favor that was done for you. Shaka pause no need shake, jus hold um out. Use this to prolong a favorable experience like getting barreled. Secret Shaka small almost no can see shaka, hold it way down low, pointed to ground. All the coolest braddahs do this. Country boy style cuz. Shaka Shout like the MOKE SHAKA but intead do a regular shaka and pump it up in the air. the more you pump the louder you shout. Use with "CHEEE HOOOO" and do it at your childs high school graduation...right after they call their name and you blow the air horn....local style cuz. Ono Shaka when the food taste so good words can not express it, too much food in your mouth. Use this when you stuff your face with the loco moco and donʻt forget the fries with mustard mayo mix. Large fruit punch please. but if can, diamond head strawberry mo bettah.
Burrito joint in Jersey
Going to SHAKA tonight for Big Island Burrito!
A Hawaiian greeting with thumb out, and pinky finger, as you shake it. Shows other people that you have been to, grew up, or know about Hawaii and how "cool" it is.
Expression information Shaka:
People with this name tend to be orderly and dedicated to building their lives on a solid foundation of order and service. They value truth, justice, and discipline, and may be quick-tempered with those who do not. Their practical nature makes them good at managing and saving money, and at building things in the material world. Because of their focus on order and practicality, they may seem overly cautious and conservative at times.
Soul information Shaka:
People with this name have a deep inner desire for love and companionship, and want to work with others to achieve peace and harmony.
Songs about Shaka:
Boom Shaka Laka by Boom Shaka from the Album Fertile Ground
Shaka (Album Version) by Q-Tip from the Album The Renaissance
Shaka Shaka by Bally from the Album The Best of Rootsman and Bally
El Shaka De La Sierra by Voz De Mando from the Album El Shaka De La Sierra
Boom Shaka Laka by Hopeton Lewis from the Album Classic Gold Collection
Boom Shaka Laka (As Seen On Kmph Great Day Fresno Ca) [Explicit] by The Draft from the Album Boom Shaka Laka (As Seen On Kmph Great Day Fresno Ca) [Explicit]
Falling In Love (Accapela Shaka Y Dres) [Feat. Dina Rae & Shaka y Dres] by DJ Maze from the Album Falling In Love (Feat. Dina Rae, La Harissa & Shaka Y Dres) - EP
Books about Shaka:
Shaka Zulu: The Biography of the Founder of the Zulu Nation by E. A. Ritter (Dec 3, 1985)
Shaka: The Story of a Zulu King by Alex Coutts (Aug 22, 2012)
Shaka: King of the Zulus by Diane Stanley and Peter Vennema (Sep 1988)
Shaka Zulu by Joshua Sinclair (Apr 10, 2013)
Shaka by Mr Vince John Bullock (May 3, 2013)
The Creation of the Zulu Kingdom, 1815-1828: War, Shaka, and the Consolidation of Power by Elizabeth A. Eldredge (Oct 31, 2014)
Wakfu : Shak Shaka - Tome 1 (French Edition) by Kahel, Mig and Saturax (Aug 14, 2014)
Movies about Shaka:
Shaka Zulu 2006 R - Runtime: 1 hr 39 mins Starring: David Hasselhoff, Karen Allen, et al. Directed by: Joshua Sinclair
Shaka Zulu 1986 NR - Runtime: 5 hrs Starring: Edward Fox, Robert Powell, et al. Directed by: William C. Faure
Shaka Zulu: The Last Great Warrior 2005 R - Runtime: 1 hr 34 mins Starring: Henry Cele, Grace Jones and James Fox Directed by: Joshua Sinclair
Shaka Smart: Havoc Pressure Defense 2013 Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr 12 mins Starring: Shaka Smart
Shaka Zulu : Complete Uncut Version : 10 Part Mini Series -
Shaka Zulu 2000 Unrated - Runtime: 5 hrs Starring: Edward Fox, Robert Powell, et al. Directed by: William C. Faure
William C. Faure's Shaka Zulu -
Wiki information Shaka:
Shaka kaSenzangakhona, also known as Shaka Zulu, was one of the most influential monarchs of the Zulu Kingdom. He is widely credited with uniting many of the Northern Nguni people, specifically the Mthethwa Paramountcy and the Ndwandwe into the Zulu...
Shaka Ponk is a French experimental rock band created in 2004. They mix different forms of popular music into their songs in addition to world music although predominately with an electronic rock sound. Lyrics are written mostly in a mixture of...