Origin of hutch
Synonyms for hutch
Examples from the Web for hutch
Historical Examples of hutch
They found John waiting for them, and he opened the door of the hutch.Golden Moments
But when I went to my little room I did not mock Mrs. Hutch.
It seemed not unreasonable that Mrs. Hutch should have a craving for the rent as such.
I wanted to apologize, but Mrs. Hutch didn't give me a chance.
He never will sleep anywhere except in that one corner of his hutch.Red Rose and Tiger Lily
L. T. Meade
Word Origin for hutch
c.1200, "storage chest" (also applied to the biblical "ark of God"), from Old French huche, from Medieval Latin hutica "chest," of uncertain origin. Sense of "cupboard for food or dishes" first recorded 1670s; that of "box-like pen for an animal" is from c.1600.