fratch

Related to fratch: Farfetch

fratch

(frætʃ)
n
dialect English a quarrel
[C19: from obsolete fratch to make a harsh noise; perhaps of imitative origin]
ˈfratchy adj
References in classic literature ?
I ha' never had no fratch afore, sin ever I were born, wi' any o' my like; Gonnows I ha' none now that's o' my makin'.
In north-west England tourists might come across the words cob on (annoyed), sken (to look) and fratch (to argue).
He had already collected the iPhone work in a bound book he'd entitled "Fresh Flowers: The Bridlington Home Deliviary Company." I liked the name and liked it even more in French--Fleurs fratches.