- touched; slightly crazy.
Origin of tetched
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Examples from the Web for tetched
I just crope up and retched over and tetched him and he begun to snort and cave round.A Tenderfoot Bride
Clarice E. Richards
Soon as she tetched it, day flew all ober us, and it took Mammy bout a day to get the stingers outen our haids.Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States
Work Projects Administration
Don't you let him give you that thar big bun'le; 'caze that's not a thing but seed corn, and he'll be mad ef it's tetched.The Power and the Glory
Grace MacGowan Cooke
Word Origin and History for tetched
1930, U.S. colloquial variant of touched in the sense of "slightly crazy" (see touch).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper