Origin of lich
Words nearby lich
How to use lich in a sentence
At the entrance to the graveyard is the lich-gate and mortuary, where many wrecked seamen were taken for burial.The Cornwall Coast|Arthur L. Salmon
Nest lich nan ne gurde hire wi na cunne gurdles : bute urh schriftes leaue.
She referred to the thick, solid, stone wall enclosing the grounds, and the beautiful lich-gate that stood over the entrance.The House With Sixty Closets|Frank Samuel Child
By a little judicious elbowing, Dorothy managed to secure a place where she had a tolerable view of the path and the lich-gate.A Pair of Schoolgirls|Angela Brazil
Lych is the Saxon word for a dead body, from which Lich-field, “the field of dead bodies,” is derived.English Villages|P. H. Ditchfield