[ frach ]
/ frætʃ /
verb (used with object)
to disagree; quarrel.
a quarrel; argument; dispute.
- fraser, malcolm,
- fraser, peter,
- fraser, simon,
- fraternal insurance,
- fraternal society
Origin of fratch
1400–50; late Middle English fracchen to creak, of uncertain origin
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Examples from the Web for fratch
He had just had a "fratch" with the Quaker preachers on the subject of election.
Dus'ta mind the fratch thoo telt me aboot atween Angus and auld Wilson?
I mind I told him what he said over and over again about his fratch with that Garth.
/ (frætʃ) /
English dialect a quarrel
Word Origin for fratch
C19: from obsolete fratch to make a harsh noise; perhaps of imitative origin
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