Origin of tushMiddle English tussch
- any of the canine teeth of a horse
Origin of tushMiddle English tusch ; from Old English tucs: see tusk
Origin of tushshortened and amp; altered ; from Yiddish tochus: see tuchis
Origin of tushAlteration of Yiddish tokhes, from Hebrew ta&hlowdot;at, under, buttocks; see t&hlowdot;t in Semitic roots.
Origin of tushMiddle English tusche, from Old English t&umacron;sc; see tusk.
From Old English tusc
- an exclamation of contempt or rebuke
A "natural utterance" (OED), attested since the 15th century
(third-person singular simple present tushes, present participle tushing, simple past and past participle tushed)
- To pull or drag (a heavy object such as a tree or log).
of unknown origin, attested since 1841.