- touched; slightly crazy.
Origin of tetched
Examples from the Web for teched
Historical Examples of teched
Nothin' 'cep' fish should be teched with the naked fingers, dad says."Captains Courageous"
Perhaps your liver is teched a little and it makes you feel bad all over.Drusilla with a Million
Being I faal like a firecracker that has jest been teched off, I suspict I caught his loving remarks consarning mesilf.The Launch Boys' Adventures in Northern Waters
Edward S. Ellis
An' ef you ever got a sudden whack on de funny-bone in yo' elbow, missy, you know how she suffered when she was teched.Moriah's Mourning and Other Half-Hour Sketches
Ruth McEnery Stuart
Yep, I went to see Mammy, and she says as how Scraggy's pappy were dead, and as how the gal's teched in here.From the Valley of the Missing
Grace Miller White
Word Origin and History for teched
1930, U.S. colloquial variant of touched in the sense of "slightly crazy" (see touch).