Pritch meaning

(UK, dialect, obsolete) A sharp-pointed instrument.
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(UK, dialect, obsolete) An eelspear.
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(UK, dialect, obsolete) Pique; offence.

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To pierce or make holes in.
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Origin of pritch

  • From Middle English pricchen, assibilated variant of Middle English prikien (“to prick”). See prick.
    From Wiktionary
  • From Middle English pricche, assibilated variant of Middle English prike (“prick”). More at prick.
    From Wiktionary