bahookie

bahookie

Scottish, a person’s buttocks
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bahookie

n
informal Scot the buttocks
[Perhaps from behind (sense 10) + hock + -y2, but compare ho(o)key, Heriot's School slang for a caning on the buttocks (a former punishment)]
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Started in 2003 by Steven Shand, it produces distinctly Scottish-sounding bikes - from the all-road Stoater and Stooshie to the Bahookie and Shug mountain bikes.
Her voice was a bit muffled what with her head being so far up her own bahookie.
In addition to the traditional annual Burns' Night Supper, the Scottish Ceilidh (pronounced kay-lee) rock band Bahookie, featuring Scott Arnott (drums and vocals) and Neil Thompson (vocals, piano and guitar) presented their skills.
Another, more direct, contributor said: "Personally I would be far happier spending pounds 30 to watch a game while not freezing my bahookie off."
Diego Maradona is the reason, even though his fat bahookie will only be parked on the bench.
More recent inclusions in the Oxford Dictionary, for example, have included such gems as aerobicised, which describes those whose bodies have been toned by aerobic exercise, and bahookie, a word for the buttocks of a Scottish person.
As for Bojo as PM, (when the terrible Terzza finally gets aff her bahookie and ootskis) he would be a Titanic disaster.
"Shove yer fireworks up yer bahookie," Fiona told the twits who throw squibs for a laugh.
"It knocked me off my feet and I landed on my bahookie, which was quite painful, banged my head and I think I blacked out for a few seconds.
He should have left with nothing more than a dusty footprint on the bahookie.
To beat your own gin trail, go to visitscotland.com/scottishgin and beer today, the Guardbridge distillery pays homage to the home of golf by using Last minute choice Gartmore House, cosily tucked away in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, is going to bring in the Bells with lively entertainment from ceilidh band Bahookie. A two-night Hogmanay break on December 31 and January 1 includes full board and a Hogmanay Ball as well as accommodation.