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hotch

verb \ˈhäch\

Definition of HOTCH

intransitive verb
1
Scottish :  wiggle, fidget
2
chiefly Scottish :  swarm

Origin of HOTCH

Middle English, probably from Middle French hocher to shake, from Old French hochier
First Known Use: 15th century

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