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Toch

[ tawkh ]
/ tɔx /
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noun
Ernst [ernst], /ɛrnst/, 1887–1964, Austrian composer.
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British Dictionary definitions for Toch

Toc H
/ (ˈtɒk ˈeɪtʃ) /

noun
a society formed in England after World War I to fight loneliness and hate and to encourage Christian comradeship

Word Origin for Toc H

C20: from the obsolete telegraphic code for T.H., initials of Talbot House, Poperinge, Belgium, the original headquarters of the society
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