.. a further googled look found this ..hoy 3. verb t Archaic to throw
.. aha so hot on the track I found that ChronicleLive, a Newcastle newspaper had run a contest to find the meaning of some Geordie words and sure enough there was ..hoy 3. Term used as a verb in Newcastle dialect. Means to throw or throw out.
Source: Urban Dictionary.
.. and I found a few other Geordie or Tyneside websites that listed hoy similarly .. so there you have it .. but I am surprised that this meaning was not listed somewhere in Onelook .. my wee Concise Oxford didn't list it but maybe Ken can take a geek in his BIG OED ..Hoy-oot: Throw something out (also used when money is thrown out of a wedding car).
Most people associate hoy-oot with weddings and, yes it is, but it really means just to throw out.
.. there was a suggestion in the Macquarie 4 that the word hoy may derive from the word hoick but I could not find any further support for that idea ..
WoZ of Aus 16/11/06hoick 3. Colloquial to throw [origin uncertain; ? variant of HIKE]