[hooch; Dutch hohkh] /hutʃ; Dutch hoʊx/
[pee-ter duh;; Dutch pee-tuh r duh] /ˈpi tər də;; Dutch ˈpi tər də/ (Show IPA), 1629?–88? Dutch painter.
(informal, mainly US & Canadian) alcoholic drink, esp illicitly distilled spirits
/huːtʃ; Dutch hoːx/
Pieter de (ˈpiːtər də). 1629–?1684, Dutch genre painter, noted esp for his light effects
also hootch, “cheap whiskey,” 1897, shortened form of Hoochinoo (1877) “liquor made by Alaskan Indians,” from the name of a native tribe in Alaska whose distilled liquor was a favorite with miners in 1898 Klondike gold rush; the tribe’s name is said by OED to be from Tlingit Hutsnuwu, literally “grizzly bear fort.”
As the supply of whisky was very limited, and the throats down which it was poured were innumerable, it was found necessary to create some sort of a supply to meet the demand. This concoction was known as “hooch”; and disgusting as it is, it is doubtful if it is much more poisonous than the whisky itself. [M.H.E. Hayne, “The Pioneers of the Klondyke,” London, 1897]
Liquor; strong drink; booze: and the bottles of hooch, and the free food on the job/ or guzzles hooch that he hides inside a big toy duck
[1897+; fr the liquor made by the Hoochinoo Indians of Alaska]
[Korean & Vietnam War armed forces; fr Japanese uchi, ”house”]
[pahy-i-tas] /ˈpaɪ ɪˌtæs/ noun 1. the ancient Roman personification of familial affection, patriotism, and piety. [pee-ey-tah, pyey-tah, pee-ey-tuh, pyey-] /ˌpi eɪˈtɑ, pyeɪˈtɑ, piˈeɪ tə, ˈpyeɪ-/ noun, (sometimes lowercase) Fine Arts. 1. a representation of the Virgin Mary mourning over the body of the dead Christ, usually shown held on her lap. /pɪɛˈtɑː/ noun 1. a […]
[pig-pen] /ˈpɪgˌpɛn/ noun 1. a for keeping . 2. a filthy or untidy place: This kitchen is a pigpen. /ˈpɪɡˌpɛn/ noun (US & Canadian) 1. a pen for pigs; sty 2. a dirty or untidy place noun (also pigsty) Any filthy, littered place: His room’s a pigpen (1872+; 1820+ pigsty)
[pigz] /pɪgz/ noun 1. Bay of. . [pig] /pɪg/ noun 1. a young swine of either sex, especially a domestic hog, Sus scrofa, weighing less than 120 pounds (220 kg) 2. any wild or domestic swine. 3. the flesh of swine; pork. 4. Informal. a person of piggish character, behavior, or habits, as one who […]
plural noun, singular pig in a blanket. 1. frankfurters or small sausages wrapped in dough and baked or broiled. 2. oysters, chicken livers, etc., wrapped in bacon, skewered, and broiled or sautéed.