tich


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tich

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

tich

, titch
n (Brit inf) → Knirps m; hey, tich!he, Kleine(r)!
References in classic literature ?
I know you can't get up a persecution of old Toole or Little Tich.
Martin is adamant the music he inherited, discovered recorded over the end of an old eight-track demo tape by mediocre 70s band New Flames, could not have been made by Tich.
Dad-of-three Tich, who is 5ft 7in, and Eileen began their affair after meeting at Joanna's club in Elgin, Moray Eileen claims besotted McCooey - whose real name is Kevin - began bombarding her with up to 30 text messages a day before wooing her with a meal in a local hotel and a set of Billy Connolly CDs.
Tich taught himself to write music and would jam with his friends in a local cave.
Tich Moon's team was two stableford points behind in second and captain Graham Timms' team was third.
And he is determined to continue his singing career with a reunion concert with Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich planned for later this year in Hamburg.
5 million audience, Evans mercilessly teased Tich, who was beaming his own morning show to a modest 70,000 listeners.
I remember being at a music festival near Aberystwyth and everyone was wearing Tich badges.
The famous pop firm,of Dave Dee,Dozy,Beaky,Mick and Tich - although I'mnever quite sure who is exactly who - took us to the interval.
The two remaining unbeaten Sunday League Division One pairs played each other in a crunch confrontation and it was Timms and Hunter who came out on top against Tich Moon and Ronnie Merry.
Among them was Salisbury-born Ian Amey who as a youngster was always known as Tich.
Professor Richard Olver, head of the TICH, said: "Phase 2 will see our dream of having a specialised children's hospital in Dundee become a reality.