tusche

noun
tu·sche | \ˈtüsh, ˈtü-shə \

Definition of tusche 

: a black liquid used in lithography for drawing and painting and in etching and the silk-screen process as a resist

First Known Use of tusche

1885, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for tusche

German, from tuschen to lay on color, from French toucher, literally, to touch, from Old French tuchier — more at touch entry 1

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