Definition of culcha in English:

culcha

noun

humorous, ironic
  • ‘Culture’ or cultural pursuits, variously regarded as pretentious, exotic, alien, worthless, etc.

Origin

Late 19th century. Partly representing a regional, affected, or colloquial pronunciation of culture, and partly showing a respelling of culture reflecting hostility to the concept denoted or to the usage of a particular person or group.

Pronunciation

culcha

/ˈkʌltʃə/