Definition of cooch
: a dance performed by women that was once common in carnivals and fairs and marked by a sinuous and often suggestive twisting and shaking of the torso and limbs a roving carnival cooch dancer — Frank Barton a circus cooch show
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Origin and Etymology of cooch
by shortening & alteration from earlier hootchy-kootchy
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