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1.
Japanese word "Baka" means idiot, fool and stupid, everything along those lines. every other definition people are using the sentences with english.
Anata wa baka desu
(You are an idiot/fool)
Way to not mix languages noobs
af Ben Ton 26. juni 2005
 
2.
In Japanese, it means something along the term of "idiot" or "fool"

In Tagalog (australian-filipino language), it means "cow"
J: you don't know how to open a book!?BAKA!

T: go walk across the field to milk the baka. I don't care if there's a thunderstorm!
af Gan Ning324 2. februar 2005
 
3.
Fool, sap, chump, moronic, ridiclous.

Origin - The word baka is made up of two kanji - Ba (horse) and Ka (deer). The idea being that if you can't tell a horse from a deer, then you must be BAKA.
Anyone that still thinks George Bush is an honest man is truly BAKA.
af wheaty 8. juni 2005
 
4.
Stupid person in Japanese. Used by the anime obsessed and ones who have weblogs. Written in Japanese, it looks like this: ‚΂©. Can be annoying when used outside of anime cons, the internet, or when overused.
Fanboy: ‚΂©, ‚΂©, ‚΂©~~!!
Me: Oh, shut the HELL UP!! >_<
af nikkan_hanil 11. december 2003
 
5.
Japanese - Stupid, Fool, Moron, etc... synonymous with "Aho"
It is also the most overused word by otakus, otakets, and wapanese.

And apparently it also means cow in variouse languages.
- Omae tesuto de rei ten totta daro...BAKA!

- A...soko ni baka ga iru...

- Osoi zo kono baka
af Weirdass 17. maj 2006
 
6.
1. Japanese term for calling someone an idiot/blockhead or any other variation of those words.
2. Can be used as an expression of frustration by pointing at oneself without actually referring to yourself
1. That baka really blew it this time
2. I lost again.. baka...
af FinalPhoenix 23. september 2003
 
7.
adj. - means "stupid" or "idiotic" in Japanese. Sometimes confused as a noun to mean "idiot", which is expressed as "baka-me" or "baka-yaro".
"Kono baka-yaro! Nani ittendayo! Baka wa bakame no imi ja naindayo! O-mae wa honto ni baka-gaijin da ne!
af Andy Mack 12. april 2005