colloquial shortening of kitchen, attested by 1919. Sometimes also an erroneous spelling of kitsch.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

Examples from the Web for kitch

Historical Examples of kitch

  • He just said, "Here, Mister Who-ever-you-are, kitch hold of that rope."

    An Outback Marriage

    Andrew Barton Paterson

  • Who knows but when he finds out what's happened he'll kitch that idee?

    Flood Tide

    Sara Ware Bassett

  • You git on the roof, and ef you don't kitch 'im up thar, I'll kitch 'im down yere.

  • Better dew that than be strong-mainded, and dew your own cook'n, and live in your own kitch'n.

    The Guardian Angel

    Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.

  • We either dine in our kitchen or kitch in our dining-room; and I don't believe we have found out yet which it is!

    We Girls: A Home Story

    Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney