From Middle English pouche, poche, borrowed from Old Northern French pouche, from Old French poche, puche (whence French poche; compare also the Anglo-Norman variant poke), of Germanic origin: from Frankish *pokō (compare Middle Dutch poke, Old English pohha, dialectal German Pfoch). Compare pocket, poke.
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