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"Female ape" is an English equivalent of the Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish word macaca. The feminine singular noun also may be found translated into English with the French loan word macaque. The pronunciation will be "ma-KA-ka" in Italian and Spanish and "muh-KA-kuh" in Cariocan and continental Portuguese.

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