Where did the word scooch come from?
Scooch: S C O O C H (also S C O O T C H) is a VERB [NO OBJECT]. North American informal: 1) Crouch or squat. Also, 2) Move in or pass through a tight or narrow space. 2.1) Move a short distance, especially while seated. Origin: Mid 19th century origin unknown. Per Lexicon.com.
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