An exclamation of disgust: ''Those women on the PBS specials seem to love it.'' ''Yuck,'' Connie mugged (1969+)
A disgusting substance, person, or thing; someone or something nasty: precipitation in the form of rain, snow, and assorted other atmospheric yuck/ clean all the yecch out of her system/ Mario is an intellectually dishonest person. He's just yecch (1943+)
[perhaps echoic of gagging or vomiting]
ech countrie in times past had onelie one king to rule Lieutenant & procurator.
Concubium the still of the night, when ech one is laid to rest.
The word Czech, which is being freely used in the Anglo-American press, is a corrupt form of ech.
ech, sir, and you all smashed—you are wonderful, and so cheerful.
In the twelfth century, when the great gate ech Chemmn was building, a well was discovered under its foundations.
ech of these children is the others defense while they be asunder, and ech of their liues lieth in the others bodie.
Fergus clapped his big hands softly together and said ech, sirs!
There were in his company many Gentlemen & ech of them had an office.
No ech en saco roto la advertencia: aquella noche misma fu apostarme entre los chopos.
The gouernor sent vnto the two souldiers that went to visite him, ech of them two peeces of silke.