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Syllabification: so·ca
Pronunciation: /ˈsōkə/

noun

Calypso music with elements of soul, originally from Trinidad.
Example sentences
  • Music trucks blasted as they moved at what seemed like one mile an hour as the revelers gyrated to soca rhythms.
  • The basis of this performance highlighted the range of products at Courts and she danced to a popular Christmas soca song.
  • After spending Carnival season 2005 in Port-of-Spain, I just might be able to recite all the lyrics of the top ten soca songs upon request.

Origin

1970s: blend of soul and calypso.

Words that rhyme with soca

Asoka, broker, carioca, choker, coca, croaker, evoker, invoker, joker, mediocre, ochre (US ocher), poker, provoker, revoker, Rioja, smoker, soaker, Stoker, tapioca

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SOCA 2 Line breaks: SOCA
Pronunciation: /ˈsɒkə/

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abbreviation

(In the UK) serious and organized crime agency.

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