What does akata mean?

Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word akata.

Akátá is a word believed to be derived from the Yoruba of Nigeria in West Africa. The term is used by Nigerians and other West Africans to insult black people the United States similar to the terms oyibo and oyinbo that Nigerians use for whites.

The term Akata is a West African term for Black Americans. It is generally considered derogatory, a slur in fact.

A person with a bad sense of fashion. Example: Kofi came late to the party and was looking like an akata boy 

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