/oh-see-aych/ n., The Old China Hand, a bar located at 104 Lockhart Road, Wanchai Hong Kong. It is one of Hong Kong's enduring constants, offering 24-hour booze, a plentiful selection of professional and - on weekends - amateur talent
and a halfway decent jukebox. Patronised by primarily by expat
s from the Anglosphere
Bloke: It's Sunday, I want to get pissed
and hit on something.
Other Bloke: O.C.H.!
A Scottish word, used to curse, in the same way as 'Oh no!' can be used.
This word often comes naturally to Scots, as a sound made to describe misery or anger.
Also used with the word 'aye' to mean 'all is well'.
1. "Och, it's been bucketin' rain all day!"
2. "It's och aye the noo."
OCHS is in Ocean Shitty, NJ. All upper, sea isle and Ocean City kids go there. We HATE mainland. Their are more drug dealers then their are black kids and we think we're gang members. We suck at sports since we all white. Our parents are millionaire's. We have a surf club and thats the only thing we win. Our librarian fucked a horse. On the weekend everyone gets shitty and higher then our parents income but never in OC, bangers always get crashed by the rent-a-cops.
609 - for life
I'll meet you under the arch at OCHS.
OCHS has the best bangers.
OCHS reppin 609
basically the same as the scottish definition, but can be said by any dialect- used as a humerous term. this version of och lightens up a sentence, Or it can be effectively used to break any awkward silences
och no!, och yeah!, Och fish pie, *an awkward silence* OCH!
obsessive compulsive hyperlinking
a web 2.0 ailment characterized by an uncontrollable urge to hyperlink to everything.
that blogger has OCH. he has a hyperlink in every sentence of his blog post.
Word used to describe a mexican male.
Look at that Och mowing the grass.
This is the term for someone who, during an argument, he know he is wrong smoothly changes his postion to your position in an attempt to appear he was right all along.
Joe and Jeff were debating the cause of the web-page failure at work. Jeff knew that it was the IIS settings but Joe was sure it was in the html code. Once Joe realized Jeff was right he said, "oh yeah, the ASP settings in IIS, that what I said". Jeff then questioned his argument and realized Joe was right. Jeff had been oched!