carritch

[ kahr-ich ]
/ ˈkɑr ɪtʃ /

noun Scot.

a catechism.

Nearby words

  1. carriole,
  2. carrion,
  3. carrion beetle,
  4. carrion crow,
  5. carrion flower,
  6. carrière,
  7. carrière, eugène,
  8. carrión's disease,
  9. carroll,
  10. carroll, charles

Origin of carritch

1755–65; back formation from carritches (taken as plural), Scots variant of catechise (now dial.) < French catéchèseGreek katḗchēsis catechesis; for t > rr, cf. porridge

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