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fitch

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noun \ˈfich\

Definition of fitch

  1. 1 :  polecat 1

  2. 2 :  the fur or pelt of the polecat



Variants of fitch

or fitch·ew play \ˈfi-(ˌ)chü\

Origin of fitch

Middle English fiche, ficheux, from Middle French or Middle Dutch; Middle French fichau, from Middle Dutch vitsau


First Known Use: 15th century


Fitch

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biographical name \ˈfich\

Definition of Fitch

  1. (William) Clyde 1865–1909 Am. dram.




Fitch

biographical name

Definition of Fitch

  1. John 1743–1798 Am. inventor




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