hooch n : an illicitly distilled (and usually inferior) alcoholic liquor [syn: hootch]
EtymologyAbbreviation of Hoochinoo, a group of Alaskan Indians who made liquor.
- Rhymes: -uːtʃ
Hooch may refer to:
- Illicit or illegal liquor - Moonshine
- Hoosh, a stew made from water, biscuits, and pemmican
- Chattahoochee River, in the southeastern United States
- Beasley (dog actor), Hooch in the 1989 film Turner and Hooch
- Hooper's Hooch, a 1990s brand of alcopop
- "Hooch" (Everything song), a song by Everything
- "Hooch" (Sum 41 song), a song by Sum 41
- An alcoholic substance produced during the production of sourdough starter.
- , Viet Nam era military slang for small dwelling. Derivation- "uchi"- Japanese word for dwelling
- , a single pont foundation, pre-fabricated tensile structure.*Pieter de Hooch, a painter during the Dutch Golden Age
- Madam Hooch, a teacher at Hogwarts in the Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling
- Hooch (Scrubs), a minor character from Scrubs