Short for Hachi-roku. Japanese for 8 and 6.
Hachi is a short term used for the Toyota AE86 Corolla (called AE eight-six), either hatchback or coupe.
That S13 had a pretty deep drift, but what was amazing is the red Hachi ran up beside him and carried a tandem with him.
Though the word sounds like "Hashish", it is derived from the Japanese number "hachi" which stands for the number "8" in English. The word hachis is generally used by street racers (with little or no knowledge about JDM vehicles) to refer to the famous Toyota Corolla AE-86. A true JDM enthusiast or a real owner of an AE86 would refer to the car as "hachi roku" which means 86, and not just hachis. The Corollas that were produced from 1983 to 1987 and came with 4A-GE engine (+other options) were called AE86 or Hachi Roku.
Mr.Jackass- "I wanna buy a car that drifts well and im thinking of gettin one of those hachis"
Mr.JDM- "Its not hachis you idiot, they are called Hachi Roku. Before you talk about drifting atleast try to name the car right coz an AE86 is a well respected car in the drift world"
Mr.Jackass- "Sorry man.. I heard that name from some wannabe street racers"
One of the very few Spanish words where the h is pronounced. A hard greenish substance derived from Cannabis Sativa widely smoked in Spain
En España el hachís es tan popular como el vino
In Spain haschish is as popular as wine
An older male prostitute mainly serving the male community, who's greatest talent is giving an old fashion blumpkin.
"Dude this male hooker
gave me the best blumpkin
"Naw nigga you received the HACHI special!"
That was the best blumpkin ever must have been a HACHI!
Another name for a dick, mostly used to diss someone.
"Suck a hachi!"
Pron. ''Ha-chee'' A girl who fell out of the ugly tree and hit every homely tree down.
''Did you see that hachi at the club? Her face was in a constant snarl!''