tukkis

tokus

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

tukkis

verb
See tokus
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In addition to the oblique forms that are clearly based on the participle and the infinitive, the northwestern part of the Tartu dialect (Rannu, Noo, Puhja) reveals the na-marked form, for example, Rannu: karu olna serande luum, et ...' the bear is reported to be such an animal that ...', and in Saaremaa one can find the na-/ne-marked oblique forms, for example, Juhan kiitna, et ta noor obu joosna tukkis nobemini kut Sandri oma; Ta pidane andama aja, milla ta naitama akab 'Juhan is reported to brag that his young horse can run much faster than Sander's horse; He should provide a time when he will begin to show it'.