tush

1 [tuhsh]
interjection
1.
(used as an exclamation of impatience, disdain, contempt, etc.)
noun
2.
an exclamation of “tush!”

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English

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tush

2 [tuhsh]
noun
1.
one of the four canine teeth of the horse.
2.
Chiefly Midland and Southern U.S. a tusk.

Origin:
before 900; Middle English; Old English tusc. See tusk

tushed, adjective

tush

3 [toosh]
noun Slang.

Origin:
see tushie

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tush1 (tʌʃ)
 
interj
archaic an exclamation of disapproval or contempt
 
[C15: Middle English, of imitative origin]

tush2 (tʌʃ)
 
n
rare a small tusk
 
[Old English tūsc; see tusk]

tush3 (tʊʃ)
 
n
slang (US) the buttocks
 
[C20: from Yiddish tokhes, from Hebrew tahath beneath]

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Word Origin & History

tush
"backside, buttocks," 1962, an abbreviation of tochus (1914), from Yiddish tokhes, from Heb. tahat "beneath."

tush
c.1440; see tut.
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Example sentences for Tush
Tushie or just tush polite way of saying tuchus or backside.
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