Definition of tochus in English:

tochus

Line breaks: to¦chus
Pronunciation: /ˈtəʊxəs
 
, ˈtɒxəs/
(also tuchis)

noun

North American informal
A person’s buttocks or anus.
More example sentences
  • Well the next day out of her tochus came the pink ribbon that had been tied around the bunny's neck.
  • So you can wear your tochus on your chest or let the world know you have a shayna punim.
  • My job consisted of sitting on my tochus and reading for eight straight hours a day.

Origin

early 20th century: from Yiddish tokhes, from Hebrew tahḍatḇ 'beneath'.

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