- a buckle; clasp.
Origin of tache
1400–50; late Middle English < Middle French < Germanic. See tack1
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Examples from the Web for tache
That's why we want Home Rule that we may tache thim their place.Ireland as It Is
Robert John Buckley (AKA R.J.B.)
Wisha, begor, 't is your reverence was wanted to tache these blackguards a lesson.My New Curate
And why should not Ranting Rob tache the boy Latin and vartue?Paul Clifford, Complete
It's what I never taught you, nor never will tache you to the day of my death!
I'll do that wid pleasure, sir; but I'd like to know whether you intind to tache him or not.
- archaic a buckle, clasp, or hook
C17: from Old French, of Germanic origin; compare tack 1
- informal short for moustache
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- A circumscribed discoloration of the skin or mucous membrane, as a freckle.
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