- James,1940–2003, U.S. poet and novelist.
- Joseph Nye,1890–1960, U.S. trial lawyer.
- Robert, Jr.,1899–1985, U.S. candy manufacturer: founder of the John Birch Society 1958.
- William Henry,1850–1934, U.S. medical pathologist and educator.
Examples from the Web for welch
“It was stuck in there by somebody, and nobody seems to know who,” said Welch.Wisconsin’s GOP Secession Panic
May 2, 2014
Welch interrupted, offering a smile that signaled pure exhaustion and defeat.The Heroin Hearing That Wasn’t
April 30, 2014
“I love the forest and the tree vistas and looking at the mushrooms,” Welch says.The Foraging Wars: Extreme Eating Hits California
Debra A. Klein
January 31, 2014
Welch argues that there was considerably more viewpoint diversity in the 1940s than there is now.Could There Be A Conservative LA Times?
April 26, 2013
Welch is searching for something that doesn't exist in his op-ed.Buckley, Birchers, Tea and the Fringe
December 5, 2012
"The Earl puts all his men on Welch diet," said the captain, apologetically.
The Welch moels (or beacon-rocks) are manned by our warders.
The third, old and prudent, and inured to Welch warfare, thought otherwise.
Not even thy Welch spies, son of Godwin, have gained to the heights.
Welch knew what he was talking about when he said he saw Whiteman to-day.Roughing It
Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
- a variant spelling of welsh
- an archaic spelling of Welsh 1
Word Origin and History for welch
1857, racing slang, "to refuse or avoid payment of money laid as a bet," probably a disparaging use of the national name Welsh. Related: Welched; welching.
- American pathologist and bacteriologist who discovered the bacteria that causes gas gangrene.