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Popo
Popo may refer to:
As a given name or surname:
  • Popo Molefe (born 1952), South African politician and former Premier of the North West Province
  • Hira Te Popo (died 1889), New Zealand tribal leader
  • Sundar Popo (1943-2000), musician from Trinidad and Tobago

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Pópo
Pópo is a Mexican cacao-based beverage popular in the state of Veracruz. It is typically made from toasted cacao beans, rice, cinnamon, anise seed and asquiote, and is similar to other Mexican chocolate drinks such as tejatepozol, and chocolate de agua.

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Acelino Freitas
Acelino "Popó" Freitas (; born September 21, 1975) is a Brazilian politician and professional boxer. In the sport, he is a former WBO and WBA (Super) super featherweight champion, as well as a two-time WBO lightweight champion. After retiring from boxing, Freitas went into politics, and was elected as a legislator for the state of Bahia, from 2011 to 2014.

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Popo (der)
nm. bottom, buttocks (Informal)

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popò
nm. (children's language) bottom, buttocks; poo-poo, jobbies

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popo
n. buttocks, butt, backside, behind, breech, bum, can, posterior, rear, rear end

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popo
buttocks, bottom, backside, behind, rump, posterior, bum, butt, rear kýç


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