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Tuesday, December 18, 2007


Dear Mr Stevenson, I have used this word (Hoach) in ordinary conversation all my life (now 69) to mean there are lots of something around, as in "the place was fair
hoaching with the English" - but today someone (English) asked me where it came from and I can't find any reference to it in a dictionary. I have always assumed it was a normal English word, but it seems I'm wrong. Have you any information on "Hoaching" Best wishes, Robin Johnston.

Hoachin means - Lots of people, busy.

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