cletch

noun
\ ˈklech \
plural -es

Definition of cletch 

1 dialectal, England : hatching, clutch, brood

2 dialectal, England : a brood of persons : family

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History and Etymology for cletch

alteration (perhaps influenced by clutch entry 3) of cleck

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