British English slang. It means to mug someone.
The boys needed beer money, so they koshed an Irishman on his way to the bar.
or fine. The word is shortened from kosher, a word meaning blessed by a rabbi. If something is kosher, it's acceptable, and kosh is simply short for kosher.
Adrian: Meet me in the field at 8, a'ight?
A marijuana joint
Dude, let's roll up a kosh.
means "cool", "awesome", "legit" etc.
guy 1:dude did you see two and half men last night
guy 2: yeah bro it was kosh
Kosh - derived from the word "Kosher
", originally popular in the Jewish
community, but is now catching on with the gentiles
1. (adj.) pure, from the heart
2. (adj.) blessed by a Rabbi
3. (adj.) clean
Yo Ishmael! That rhyme you spit last night at the JCC
(Jewish Community Center) was totally kosh.J Schmizzle
, that pizza your mom made was kosh right?
Abraham, the synagogue you go to is so kosh compared to the one I usually go to.
To be deliberately obscure or cryptic when telling a person something or answering a question. Origin: Kosh is the name of an alien on the science-fiction series Babylon 5. His speech was as described previously. The term has been used in the past by people on the internet familiar with the show.
"Stop koshing the question!"
"Just quit koshing it and just give me a straight answer!"
the act of opening a beer
I just koshed a beer.
Are you going to kosh one as well?