Green’s Dictionary of Slang

hockie n.

also hock, hockey, hocky
[? cacky n.]

1. excrement, both human and animal.

[US] in Transactions Amer. Philosophical Association XVII.37: Hockie is used in East Tennessee among little children, which may be connected with the original word ‘cacky,’ as also the exclamation of disgust used by an older person to a child that has befouled itself.
[US]DN II 236: Hawky , or hockey . . . Child’s word for go to stool.
[US]DN V 210: Hockey. . . Dung... To evacuate the bowels, applicable chiefly to that action on the part of a child.
[US]Randolph & Wilson Down in the Holler 118: The word hockey means nothing but dung in the hill country.
[US]A. Young Snakes (1971) 28: I’ll smack the chicken hockey outta you.
[US]H. Rawson Dict. of Invective (1991) 194: hockey (hocky) [...] excrement.
[US]Randolph & Legman Ozark Folksongs and Folklore I 402: Hockey, excrement.

2. (US) in fig. use, nonsense, lies.

[US] G.S. Schuyler Black No More (1971) 81: Oh, that’s a lotta hockey.
[US]C. Willingham End as Man 80: ‘Don’t you try and hand me any of that hocky about being a white man!’ [...] after a while the nigger agreed he was a nigger.
[US]J. Thompson Savage Night (1991) 70: He was a writer, only [...] he called himself a hocky peddler.
[US](con. 1945) G. Forbes Goodbye to Some (1963) 118: That is one hundred per cent pure hocky.
[US]‘Tom Pendleton’ Iron Orchard (1967) 157: ‘I don’t ’preciate you actin’ like I’m just shooting’ a bunch of hock [...] see?
[US]H. Rawson Dict. of Invective (1991) 194: hockey (hocky). [...] nonsense.

3. semen.

[US]H. Rawson Dict. of Invective (1991) 194: hockey (hocky). [...] semen.