Origin of tache
1400–50; late Middle English
< Middle French
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Historical Examples of tache
That's why we want Home Rule that we may tache thim their place.
Wisha, begor, 't is your reverence was wanted to tache these blackguards a lesson.
And why should not Ranting Rob tache the boy Latin and vartue?
It's what I never taught you, nor never will tache you to the day of my death!
I'll do that wid pleasure, sir; but I'd like to know whether you intind to tache him or not.
British Dictionary definitions for tache
archaic a buckle, clasp, or hook
Word Origin for tache
C17: from Old French, of Germanic origin; compare tack 1
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A circumscribed discoloration of the skin or mucous membrane, as a freckle.
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