POOCH

pooch, doggie, doggy, barker, bow-wow

(noun) informal terms for dogs

pooch, pooch out

(verb) round oneโ€™s lips as if intending to kiss

Source: WordNet® 3.1


Etymology 1

Noun

pooch (plural pooches)

(slang) A dog.

A dog of mixed breed; a mongrel.

Etymology 2

Probably related to pouch.

Noun

pooch (plural pooches)

A bulge, an enlarged part

A distended or swelled condition.

Verb

pooch (third-person singular simple present pooches, present participle pooching, simple past and past participle pooched)

To distend, to swell or extend beyond normal limits; usually used with out.

Anagrams

• pocho

Source: Wiktionary



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