miche

[ mich ]
/ mɪtʃ /

verb (used without object), miched, mich·ing. British Dialect.

to lurk out of sight.

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Origin of miche

1175–1225; Middle English mychen, michen < Old French muchier to hide

OTHER WORDS FROM miche

mich·er, noun
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