Origin of milch
Examples from the Web for milch
Milch, who wrote such superb shows as NYPD Blue and Deadwood and also penned Luck, is a disgrace as well.
In the name of their supposed art, Milch, Mann, and the HBO brass were all too willing to subject horses to fatal harm.
You cannot bear to have us manufacture anything this side of the sea, and are determined to make us your milch cow.Daughters of the Revolution and Their Times|Charles Carleton Coffin
The same quantity of food when fed to milch cows produced 74 pounds of milk, plus one pound of increase in live weight.
The beauty of a milch cow is the result of her good qualities.Cattle and Their Diseases|Robert Jennings
Perhaps the disease which has required the greatest amount of attention in the several states is tuberculosis in milch cows.
Milch cows here are occasionally used on the farm, an anomaly among a population extremely gentle to animals.In the Heart of Vosges|Matilda Betham-Edwards
Word Origin for milch
"giving milk," from Old English -milce "milking," from West Germanic *melik- "milk" (see milk (n)).