Hunkari is the Japanese word for first cackle of a baby girl, considered auspicious in every Japanese household. From 12th century to the early 17th century, Samurai would make cackling noises before going for wars, in a ceremony called Hoku.
Just kidding, Hunkari is Hindi for people doing hmm hmm. When my grandmother told me stories, she would go, "Hunkari Paarr!" which means hmm hmm karte raho! Enjoy.