- See tokus.
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tochis — [tookh′is, tukh′is] n. [Yiddish] var. of TUCHIS … English World dictionary
tochis — /tawkh euhs, tookh euhs/, n. tokus. * * * … Universalium
tochis — /tawkh euhs, tookh euhs/, n. tokus … Useful english dictionary
tokus — , tochis (TOOK us) [Yiddish, from Hebrew] A slang word for buttocks. Also written tuchis … Dictionary of foreign words and phrases
Восстание тюшенов — Лесная засада тюшенов. Средневековая миниатюра Восстание тюшенов, или тюшинат (от фр. tuchins лесные люди, возможно от ср. франц. touche рощица, лесок) … Википедия
Tisch — can refer to:*members of the Tisch family, owners of the Loews Corporation, including Laurence Tisch, his brother Bob Tisch, and son Jonathan Tisch *Tisch School of the Arts, a school at New York University *The Jonathan M. Tisch College of… … Wikipedia
Buttocks — Derrière redirects here. For the Irish air sometimes known as the Derry Air , see Londonderry Air. Buttocks … Wikipedia
tokus — /taw kheuhs, tookh euhs/, n. Slang. the buttocks. Also, tochis, tuchis. [1910 15, Amer.; < Yiddish tokhes < Heb tahath under] * * * … Universalium
Yiddish words used by English-speaking Jews — Yiddish words may be used in a primarily English language context. An English sentence that uses these words sometimes is said to be in Yinglish, however the primary meaning of Yinglish is an anglicism used in Yiddish. This secondary sense of the … Wikipedia
tushie — n American the buttocks, backside. These are inof fensive terms used in the family and elsewhere. They derive from the Yiddish tochis, also written tokus, tukus or tuchis, which in turn derives from the Hebrew tokheth … Contemporary slang