Deech meaning

To smear, daub, plaster, or impregnate, especially with dirt which becomes hard and ingrained.
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(UK dialectal, Northern England) Dirt grained into the hands, or in cracks, crevices, etc.
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Origin of deech

  • From Middle English dechen, from Old English dēcan (“to smear, plaster, daub”), of unknown origin. Perhaps related to Old English deccan (“to cover”), a variant of Old English þeccan (“to cover, cover over, conceal”). More at deck, thatch.
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