hocher

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From Middle French hochier, from Old French hochier (to shake, jostle, stir, swing, move, twitch), from Frankish *hotsōn, *hottisōn, from Frankish *hottōn (to shake, toss), from Proto-Germanic *hud- (to swing, rock, shake), from Proto-Indo-European *(s)ket- or *kwēt- (to shake, rock back and forth). Related to Dutch hutsen, hutselen (to shake, shudder), English hustle, Old English hūdenian (to rock, shake). More at hod.

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hocher

  1. to nod (move one's head)

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