There are 2 definitions of pooka in English:

pooka1

Syllabification: poo·ka
Pronunciation: /ˈpo͞okə
 
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noun

(In Irish mythology) a hobgoblin.
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  • I mean, a banshee, a pooka and leprechauns sure sound strange to me.
  • He's a pooka,’ some kind of wise trickster god of, I believe, Irish origin.
  • And the magic world of pisreogs and pookas come alive as the teller weaves her magic spell in a place where words are gifts to be given away.

Origin

from Irish púca.

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Pronunciation: ˈwʌɪzeɪkə
noun
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noun

variant spelling of puka.

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Word of the day wiseacre
Pronunciation: ˈwʌɪzeɪkə
noun
a know-all…