it's Indian, originally meaning cooked. I guess it came into English during the British Raj when Brits would have to make sure food was "pukka" before eating it, as raw or und…ercooked food could carry diseases very harmful to westerners. ( Full Answer )
Pukka is from the Hindi ("cooked") and means "genuine" or "superior". In British slang, it is synonymous with the slang use of "proper", as "acceptable", "okay", or "suitable…"..
Example : "He's pukka." (He is proper, or a reliable person.).
Example : "Pukka Pies" (a brand name, meaning suitably prepared, acceptable fare) ( Full Answer )
Pukka is a Hindi word means 'Certain' or 'Sure'. For example: Tell me pukka, will you do it for myself. I'll pukka do it. Sometimes people use the Pukka to express the solid…ness or pure. Example: The foundation of this building is pukka work (solid work, without any flaws) ( Full Answer )
Find the cord with the power converter, which would be the bigblack block shaped thing in the middle of the of charger. Therewill be a three prong connection on the mine bike …with a black capover it. Remove the cap, and slot in the correct side of thecharger, then plug in the cord to an outlet. ( Full Answer )