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indeed from the old french coucher (to lie down), but the word couche (n) and Kouche (v) are both present in middle english, Chaucer meploys them.(largely due to the french influence on English, obviously). this also explains the ethnic variant "coootch" which some people use. also might be a variant of coach - originally Koche, named after the german town in which it was invented.
i'm enjoying my cotch. this room is a heavy cotch.
by jon December 01, 2004
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1.
Jamican slang term to prop something up or to rest or stay somewhere. The actual urban slang term comes from Jamaican patios and not French although that may be its original origin.
"Come we cotch here"
by Pietro February 09, 2005
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2.
to hang/chill on your own or with other people
'wanna come and cotch at my house tonight blad?'
by BuffEnid February 03, 2005
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3.
1. Noun: A place where one can recline

2. Adjective: Describing something as a cotch means it seems comfortable and capable of being cotched in.

3. Verb: To cotch. To recline, to relax or chill out in comfort.
1. There's a decent cotch round the corner, I discovered it myself.

2. Your double bed is quite a cotch.

3. I'm knackered man, let's cotch over there.
by Aidan Brooks June 01, 2005
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4.
to relax
'do you wanna play some ball?'
'nah man i just wanna cotch'
by Mini Monty June 06, 2003
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5.
sit down or relax
"not cumin out man im cotchin"
by Paddy September 28, 2003
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6.
to relax, sit or sleep. from the french "se coucher".
I was cotching at home last night
by Richard Osmond October 18, 2003
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7.
also a good place to sit.
"this is a damn good cotch.. someone bil up"
by ga December 17, 2003
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