Origin of poochfrom uncertain or unknown; perhaps
An adorable beagle pooch walking in the grass.
- Pooch is slang for a dog.
A little beagle dog is an example of a pooch.
- Pooch means to stick out, or cause to stick out.
When a sweater fits too tight and makes your stomach stick out more than normal, this is an example of when the sweater makes your stomach pooch.
Origin of poochOrigin unknown
intransitive verbpooched, pooch·ing, pooch·es
Origin of poochAlteration of pouch
(third-person singular simple present pooches, present participle pooching, simple past and past participle pooched)
Of uncertain origin.
- While you may not want to drag a dog (and certainly not a passel of kids) to a party, a stuffed pooch in a big purse or a few baby dolls draped across your body can certainly paint the perfect picture.
- Since kennel cough is transmitted via the air, it can be found in even the cleanest kennels and can be contracted by even the most pampered and pedigreed pooch.
- Dog T-shirts can prove how much one of you is pampered, but whether this is a clear choice of owner or pooch depends upon personal taste and your point of view.
- Herding commands are a language all their own, and they are commands that you will have to learn quickly if you wish to successfully train your pooch.
- When you are at home, a dog door can mean the end of the human yo-yo game, as you constantly get up and go to the door to let your pooch in and out.