cooch

[kooch]
noun
a sinuous, quasi-Oriental dance performed by a woman and characterized chiefly by suggestive gyrating and shaking of the body.
Also, cootch.
Also called cooch dance, hootchy-kootchy, coochie-coochie [koo-chee-koo-chee] .


Origin:
1940–45; apparently short for hootchy-kootchy

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Main Entry:  cooch
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  a dance technique that is suggestive and sinuous or gyrating in nature; also called cootch, cooch dance, hootchy-kootchy
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cooch
"vagina," slang, c.2003, short for coochie.
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Cooch knows that what's he's doing carries absolutely zero water.
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