tukkis

tokus

slang One's buttocks. From Yiddish. You sit on your tokus all day and all evening, and then you wonder why you have such trouble losing weight. He needs a swift kick in the tokus to get his life in order!

tukkus

slang One's buttocks. From Yiddish. You sit on your tukkus all day and all evening, and then you wonder why you have such trouble losing weight. He needs a swift kick in the tukkus to get his life in order!
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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'.