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Pukka (Hindi पक्का, Urdu پكّا pakkā) is a word of Hindi and Urdu origin literally meaning "cooked, ripe" and figuratively "fully formed", "solid", "permanent", "for real" or "sure". In UK slang, it can mean "genuine" or simply "very good"; see also pukka sahib.
Pukka may also refer to:
- Pukka Pies, a United Kingdom foods manufacturer
- Pukka Herbs, an Ayurvedic herbal remedies company
- Pukka Electric MiniBike, a small, battery-powered vehicle
- Pukka Orchestra, a Canadian new wave band in the 1980s
- Erkki Pukka, Finnish 1960s ski jumper
- Mikko Pukka, Finnish ice hockey defenceman
- Pukka or pucca, a category of Indian vernacular architecture
- Pukka, winner of the 1925 Hobart Cup, Tasmania's premier Thoroughbred horse race
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