Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"excrement," a nursery word but a very ancient one (PIE *kakka-), forming the base word for "excrement, to void excrement" in many Indo-European languages, such as Greek kakke "human excrement," Latin cacare, Irish caccaim, Serbo-Croatian kakati, Armenian k'akor; Old English cac-hus "latrine."\n
\nEtymologists dispute whether the modern Germanic words (Dutch kakken, Danish kakke, German kacken), are native cognates or student slang borrowed from Latin cacare. The word in this form appears in English slang c.1870, and could have been taken from any or several of the languages that used it (Spanish, Modern Greek).
In ancient Roman religion and myth, Caca is the sister of Cacus, the son of Vulcan who stole cattle from Hercules during the course of his western labors. Caca betrays her brother by revealing the location of the cattle to Hercules, who had in turn stolen the cattle from Geryon.
According to Lactantius and Servius, she was cultivated as a deity in recognition of her service to the god.
In his conceptual approach to Roman deity, Michael Lipka gives Cacus/Caca as one of the examples of divine pairs differentiated by gender but bound by kinship, as Libera was the sister of Liber and Fauna the daughter, sister, or wife of Faunus. Lipka suggests that these deities did not come into existence as pairs, but developed to provide complementary gender balance within their sphere of influence, in this case cattle-raising.
Despite the lateness of the only ancient sources that mention her, Caca is probably an older Roman goddess. Servius says she had a sacellum (shrine), probably located in Rome, where sacrifices were made to her through the agency of the Vestals. She has thus been seen as a sort of "proto- Vesta", a fire goddess sharing in her brother's Vulcan-inherited capacity for fire-breathing.
Lucas de Deus Santos (born 9 October 1982), known as Cacá, is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays for Esporte Clube Santo André as a midfielder.
Caca or CACA may refer to:
- Chinese American Citizens Alliance
- Cacá (footballer, born 1982), nickname of Brazilian footballer Lucas de Deus Santos
- Cacá (footballer, born 1979), nickname of Brazilian footballer Carlos Eduardo Ferrari
- (Z)-4-Amino-2-butenoic acid or CACA, a selective GABA agonist
Carlos Eduardo Ferrari, sometimes known as Cacá, (born 19 February 1979) is a former Brazilian footballer, but also holds Italian nationality.
Usage examples of "caca".
No clues here at all, only one white layer after another, no, the last one is not white, it is caca yellow, like your uncle Lucifer's eyes, no?