What is Kaa
Kaa is a fictional character from "The Jungle Book" stories written by Rudyard Kipling. Kaa is one of Mowgli's trusted mentors and friends.
Kaa, the old tengu, used to tell Ken'ishi that mountains were places of power, bridges between the celestial realms and those of men.
Hah!" said Kaa with a chuckle, "he has friends everywhere, this manling.
She's trying to save Tammy Jo's position in the KAA.
The Ia'kaa was assembled, but it took time to energize.
Her dark green eyes reminded me of Kaa from The Jungle Book , hypnotizing me if I stared too long.
Known to few as 'The Kaa,' I appoint you as leader of this group.
As soon as they cross the border into the village of Kaa in the Bekaa Valley, he removes a gun hidden under his belly and places it flat on his knee.
Nearing, he caught a glimpse of Kaa's guise as the Raggedy Man, tattered clothing spinning wildly as he cavorted to gong and flute.
Screamed-out warnings- "Kaa chonjo!" Exhortations- "Shime wenzangu!" Chant.
Yet this crow is about to roost alone silently, without any full-throated caw-cawing (kaa kaa being the Japanese onomatopoeic form).