to behave like a lecher; lust (for, after, etc.)
- a lecherous desire
- A lecher: “a coke-snorting arbitrageur who's an irrepressible lech” (Pauline Kael).
- A lecherous desire.
intransitive verbleched, lech·ing, lech·es
To behave in a lecherous manner.
Variant of letch.
A river rising in western Austria and flowing about 265 km (165 mi) generally north to the Danube River in southern Germany.
(third-person singular simple present leches, present participle leching, simple past and past participle leched)
By shortening, from lecher
Welsh llech (“slate, slab")