Eche meaning

(obsolete) To increase or enlarge.
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(obsolete) Eternal; everlasting.
adjective
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Origin of eche

  • From Middle English eche, ece, from Old English ēċe, ǣċe (“perpetual, eternal, everlasting”), from Proto-Germanic *aiwikjaz, *aiwōkijaz (“eternal”), from Proto-Indo-European *h₂eyu- (“lifetime”). Cognate with Dutch eeuwig (“eternal”), German ewig (“eternal”), Swedish evig (“perpetual, eternal”).

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  • From Middle English echen (“to increase, augment”). More at eke.

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