tuchus

tokus

and tukkis and tuchus (ˈtokəs and ˈtʊkəs)
n. the buttocks; the rump. (Yiddish.) Look at the tukkis on that fat guy.

tuchus

verb
See tokus
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Instrument currency is a pain in the tuchus. Convergence of soupy weather, aircraft availability, and free time rarely occurs.
Nevertheless, I got everybody's tuchus on the couch.
Fiery The women were then judged by Tracy-Ann and Professor Dovid Katz and Louisa was kicked out for serving cold soup (rather than admitting she was a pain in the tuchus).
What do you call a woman from a neighborhood near Riverdale whose proudest feature is her ample tuchus and who recorded a hit song called "Let's Get Loud"?
Bacteria in your belly can be a pain in the neck, knee, or tuchus. Beneficial microbes that live in the colon are responsible for developing immune system responses that lead to inflammation and pain, a new study in mice shows.
"These guys doing all of these new condo projects are going to be sitting there with their fingers up their tuchus," he said.
It remains a mystery why Tic Tac thinks even its most devoted fans give a minty-fresh rat's tuchus about that.
(Speaking of bottoms, one respondent tells me that in her family, loon is used as an affectionate word for that body part, akin to the Yiddish tuchus or tushie.)