noun, verb (used without object)
- lebrun, albert,
- lecher wires
verb (used without object)
Origin of letch
Examples from the Web for lech
Additionally, the hotel is only open from December through Easter – a period of time when the weather in Lech is frightfully cold.
Subirer, for example, is a small bitter pear that grows in the Alps, near Lech.
President Lech Kaczynski and all the other more than 80 VIPs who boarded the 154 were in a needless risk situation.
To give the award to Albert Schweitzer, or Nelson Mandela or Desmond Tutu or Lech Walesa or Andrei Sakharov is one thing.
His remains were almost undecayed, as when he received the fatal wound on the banks of the Lech.The Revelation Explained|F. Smith
Marlborough and his army crossed the Lech, and proceeded to follow him.A History of England, Period III.|Rev. J. Franck Bright
At any moment some regiments from the Lech may be marching forward to join the king.
Two days after the advance from the Lech, Malcolm was in charge of a small party on the right flank of the column.
On the 14th the Swedes found the passage of the Lech guarded by Tilly.The Thirty Years' War|Samuel Rawson Gardiner
Word Origin for lech
Word Origin for letch
"Celtic monumental stone," 1768, from Welsh llech, cognate with Gaelic and Irish leac (see cromlech).
"yen, strong desire" (especially sexual), 1796, variant of letch. Meaning "a lecher" is by 1943.