Kooky vs. Cooky - What's the difference?


  • Kooky

    Kooky (Czech: Kuky se vrací, literally "Kuky returns", a pun on Lassie se vrací) is a 2010 Czech action comedy film directed by Jan Svěrák. The film combines techniques of puppet animation, stop motion and live action. It tells the story of a six-year-old asthmatic boy whose parents throw him away his favorite toy, an old teddy bear named Kooky. The boy, however, secretly sneaks out of the house at night (without his boots and being dressed only in his pajamas), to retrieve Kooky from the garbage can and bring him back home. Due to that, the boy gets ill. In his feverish dreams, Kooky comes to life in the landfill, escapes into a mysterious forest and begins its journey amongst the rough-and-ready creatures of the forest.


  • Kooky (adjective)

    Eccentric, strange, or foolish; crazy or insane; kookish.

    "His kooky behavior seemed charming at first, but soon got on our nerves."

  • Kooky (adjective)

    Behaving like a kook (a person with poor style or skill); kook-like.

Oxford Dictionary

  • Kooky (adjective)

    strange or eccentric

    "I like kooky foreign films"

Webster Dictionary

  • Cooky (noun)

    A small, flat, sweetened cake of various kinds.

Princeton's WordNet

  • Kooky (adjective)

    informal or slang terms for mentally irregular;

    "it used to drive my husband balmy"

  • Cooky (noun)

    the cook on a ranch or at a camp

  • Cooky (noun)

    any of various small flat sweet cakes (`biscuit' is the British term)


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