Dush meaning

(intransitive, UK dialectal) To fall violently; dash down; move with violence.
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(UK dialectal) To strike or push violently; (of an animal) to strike with the horns; butt.
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Origin of dush

  • From Middle English dusshen, duschen, perhaps from Old English dwǣscan (“to put out, extinguish, destroy”) (see adwesch). Cognate with Middle Low German duschen, German dialectal duschen (“to beat, butt”). Compare also West Frisian dúste (“to push, thrust, poke”),

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