What does the word Scoosh mean?
Scoosh is a Scottish word that has a couple of meanings.
You can scoosh an air freshener in a room and that means to ‘squirt’ the air freshener.
Or you could scoosh some WD40 on a troublesome nut that refuses to budge when repairing your car (do people still repair cars?)
It is also a general term for a ‘fizzy drink’ or ‘soda’ (as our American cousins say) and can apply to any type of fizzy drink.
It also means ‘easy’ as in – how did the school test go? It was a scoosh.
The Scots language is rich in words that have a great onomatopoeic quality – stramash, and shoogle being particular favourites – but back to Scoosh.
Our goal at Scoosh is to make things as easy as possible for our clients – to understand to implement and to put into practice.
In fact, we hope to make your digital journey a Scoosh.