Definition funny of Kotik:

urbanA liked, loved, or desired person or thing; a very good looking, hot person or thing. Plural: Kotiki

urbanD: That's a nice car. Porsche? A: Yep, that's my kotik. D: Wow, look at those chicks over there! A: Kotiki! D: What are you doing today? A: Chilling with my kotik. Referring to a close friend, girlfriend or boyfriend: Kotik, could you please get me a drink?


Songs about Kotik:

songsKotik by Lyapis Trubetskoy from the Album Agitpop

songsCat (Kotik) by Lyapis Trubetskoy from the Album Capital

songsK-otik Dreamz (Un-mixed) by Teknatronik - The Toy Man from the Album Never Stop

songsKill That Noise (feat. Troof & K-Otik) [Explicit] by 2-Hye from the Album A Little Past High [Explicit]

songsKotik by Lyapis Trubetskoy from the Album Agitpop

songsKotik (Remix By Cedric Pigot) by Cedric Pigot from the Album PC Pieces - Remixed By Friends

songsLiricheskie , kolybel'nye , shutochnye pesni.Poshel kotik u lesok. ??????????, ???????????, ???????? ?????. ??... by Traditional Music of the Russian North - West from the Album Muzyka russkogo poozer'ya.Traditional Music of the Russian North - West. (?????? ???????? ????????)


Books about Kotik:

booksJourney to a Nineteenth-Century Shtetl: The Memoirs of Yekhezkel Kotik (Raphael Patai Series in Jewish Folklore... by Yekhezkel Kotik and David Assaf (Apr 9, 2008)

booksKotik Letaev (European Classics) by Andrei Bely and Gerald J Janecek (Jun 9, 1999)

booksKotik: The Baby Seal by Angela Delaunois and Fred Bruemmer (Aug 1, 1995)

booksKotik by Author (2013)


booksKotik Letaiev by Andréi Biely (Jan 1, 2000)

booksKotik Letaev by Andrej Bely (1964)


Wiki information Kotik:

Petr Kotik
Composer, Musical Artist, Musician, Person

Petr Kotik is a composer, conductor and flutist living in New York City. He was educated in Europe. From 1960 to 1963, Kotik studied composition privately with Jan Rychlík in Prague, and from 1963 to 1966 at the Music Academy in Vienna with Karl...

Jan Kotik
Author, Person

Jan Kotík was a Czech artist active from the 1940s. Kotik was a member of Skupina 42 during World War II. Following the war his art was influenced by Chinese calligraphy. In 1956 he attended the Congress of Alba and signed up to the Final Resolution...