According to the Urban Dictionary:
'Couchie is adapted from the French word coucher for "to go to bed" (like our word "couch", which you can lie down on). And around the turn of the century in really gritty clubs and circuses (and for a long time after that) women who danced suggestively rolling their hips were "hootchie coutchie" dancers, or dancing the "hootchie coochie".'
Yes, he is a hoochie mama.
Hoochie mama clothes
A hoochie mama with a bubble butt
More skin showing than skin
Dress like a hoochie mama!!
Karen Crowell goes by Crazy Mama Hoochie Yoni, and KC.
The term hoochie mama is a slang term usually used in a derogatory manner. It has degrees of severity in it's meaning. It could be used to describe someone wearing sexy clothing, and possibly dressing a bit too young for their age. Or it could imply that someone has loose morals.
The song is called "Hoochie Mama" and it's by 2 live crew
Hoochie Coochie Man was created in 1954-01.
It's "hoochie koo."
The cast of The Life and Times of MC Beer Bong - 2004 includes: Jonathan Angevin as Music Video Director Jon Bebe as Agent Vaugn Beebe as Karate Kid Lance Buker as Justin Jackson Bonnie Cheung as Coke Party Girl Richard Cranor as Big Gay Dude Bridgette Eng Dillan Foster as Coke Party Guy Reed Harder as Big Rod Tye Killough as Audio Engineer Nila Kim as Hoochie Mama Jason Knox as Corrupt Producer 2 Henry Liem as Gun Dealer Djin Liem as Pet Store Owner Angie Ma as Hoochie Mama Rachael Mar as Hoochie Mama Rob Mar as MC Beer Bong Rich Mar as Phat Nhien Nguyen as Hoochie Mama Craig Philips as Gay Lover Mark Schnurle as Corrupt Producer 1 Sakuna Thongchang as Party Girl Linda Tomko as Pool Girl Carmen Vasquez as Groupie Matt Wong as Dub Francine Yoshioku as Party Girl
How Do I Look - 2004 The Hoochie Hunter was released on: USA: 31 July 2008
coochie, Baluchi, hoochie
Hoochie mamma :D
It refers to the place where prostitutes have sex with their customers.
It is a woman who dresses and acts like a slut.
Whore, skank, slut, hoochie, prostitute
Martin - 1992 One Flew over the Hoochie's Nest 5-22 was released on: USA: 24 April 1997
"Hoochie cord" is an Australian Army term for a thin nylon cord, usually coloured army olive drab, as it is used to erect a shelter, or hoochie. It is sometimes incorrectly called parachute cord - which is a completely different product. Parachute cord is multi cored with several - up to 7 - white nylon cords enclosed in an olive drab sheath. In the US Army parachute cord is called "550 cord", as a common version is 550lb breaking strength. Do not confuse the two - hoochie cord is NOT as strong as parachute cord.
Snoover,Boover,or Hoochie Coochie
A mama is your mama :D
Mama in Russian is Mama.