Definition of hodgepodge in English:

hodgepodge

Syllabification: hodge·podge
Pronunciation: /ˈhäjˌpäj
 
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(British hotchpotch)

noun

[in singular] North American

Origin

late Middle English: alteration of hotchpotch by association with Hodge (a nickname for the given name Roger), an archaic British term used as a name for a typical agricultural worker.

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