tich


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tich

(tɪtʃ)
n
informal Brit a variant spelling of titch
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tich

, titch
n (Brit inf) → Knirps m; hey, tich!he, Kleine(r)!
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References in classic literature ?
I know you can't get up a persecution of old Toole or Little Tich. If I were to tell Hoggs or Halkett that old Jink was an assassin, they would almost die of laughter before my eyes.
That night Lewis drank in the Blue Anchor until 11 o'clock - no-one called time on certain characters in those days - and Danny Driscoll and Tich Rowlands were there as well.
Although he had been keen to perform his version of the Welsh national anthem, Tich was killed shortly afterwards in an accident.
But a friend of tragic Welsh electric guitarist Tich, who died in June 2005, believes the recording is actually from of one of Tich's gigs.
"Tich Gwilym developed his rendition in the wake of Jimi Hendrix's version of the American anthem.
Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich established their power as live performers during residencies at various Hamburg clubs in 1962.
"He got the name "Tich" because most of the Vickers males averaged six foot," recalls Mr W Vickers.
The award for a special contribution of an individual to the scene went to Tich Gwilym, who died last year
Tich Gwilym died in a house fire in Canton, Cardiff, on June 19, aged 55.
So are Mick and Tich but Dozy and Beaky are only 56.