Dial. touched; slightly demented: also used humorously
Origin of tetchedLate Middle English techyd, probably altered (infl. by teche, a quality, mark: see tetchy) ; from touchede, past participle of touchen, touch
Somewhat unbalanced mentally; touched.
Origin of tetchedAlteration (influenced by obsolete tached, of a given disposition) of touched.
(comparative more tetched, superlative most tetched)
Variant of touched.