hoochie
noun Etymology: perhaps from hootchy (as in hootchy-kootchy exotic dance) Date: 1991 slang a sexually promiscuous young woman

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  • hoochie — A female human usually found loitering outside nightclubs whose make up to clothes ratio is very uneven. Or hoochie mama. Hoochies can be identified by shirts with no backs and heads with no brains. They like to travel in packs, especially to the …   Dictionary of american slang

  • hoochie — A female human usually found loitering outside nightclubs whose make up to clothes ratio is very uneven. Or hoochie mama. Hoochies can be identified by shirts with no backs and heads with no brains. They like to travel in packs, especially to the …   Dictionary of american slang

  • hoochie — n A promiscuous female. She s just a hoochie without a clue. 1990s …   Historical dictionary of American slang

  • Hoochie — Idiotisme Voir « idiotisme » sur le Wiktionnaire …   Wikipédia en Français

  • hoochie — noun a) A female who dresses scantily or in a revealing fashion. b) A promiscuous woman …   Wiktionary

  • hoochie — n American a female, particularly a promiscuous or sexually active female. This term, derived from hootchie cootchie, was part of black street slang of the 1990s. She sure is one hot hootchie. Compare coochie …   Contemporary slang

  • hoochie — /ˈhʊtʃi/ (say hoochee) noun → hutchie …   Australian English dictionary

  • hoochie — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Hoochie Coochie Men — ist der Name verschiedener Bluesbands. So trat z. B. Jon Lord mit einer Gruppe dieses Namens auf. Dieser Artikel befasst sich mit den von Long John Baldry geführten Hoochie Coochie Men . 1963 war Long John Baldry Sänger von Cyril Davies All Stars …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Hoochie Coochie Man — Muddy Waters Veröffentlichung 1954 Länge 2:48 Genre(s) Blues, Chicago Blues Autor(en) Willie Dixon Auszeichnung(en) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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