titch

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titch

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tich

n
informal jocular Brit used as a way of talking about or addressing a very small person
Translations
bas-de-plafond

titch

[tɪtʃ] Nenano/a m/f, renacuajo m
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I know you can't get up a persecution of old Toole or Little Tich.
1868: Harry Relph, English music hall star better known as Little Tich, was born.
I'm following in huge footsteps, including those of Little Tich, who was an acrobat and performer who danced in boots with 28in soles.
One of them featured a 4ft 6INS Englishman called Harry Relph (right), better known as a clown called Little Tich whose monicker led to the slang term "titchy".
All the stars came to the Empire: Sir Harry Lauder, George Robey, Charles Coburn, Dan Leno, Marie Lloyd, Little Tich, Vesta Tilley, Harry Tate, Albert Chevalier, Zena Dare and many others.
I may not fit the profile for rock stars but I would be perfect casting for Little Tich.
Many music hall stars trod the boards of the Empire stage, from Little Tich, the man with enormous feet to George Formby Senior and Marie Lloyd to Harry Lauder.

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