Definition of spoach in English:

spoach

(also spotch)

verb

Northumberland, English Regional, Southern, Scottish
rare
  • no object To engage in poaching.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Patrick Hume (fl. 1580–1621). Apparently a variant of poach with prothetic s-.

Pronunciation

spoach

/spəʊtʃ/