from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A lecher: "a coke-snorting arbitrageur who's an irrepressible lech” ( Pauline Kael).
- n. A lecherous desire.
- intransitive v. To behave in a lecherous manner.
- n. Variant of letch.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A strong, lecherous desire or craving.
- n. A lecher.
- v. To behave lecherously
- n. The capstone of a cromlech.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To lick.
- n. Same as letch.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To lick.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. man with strong sexual desires
Other names for pig are cerdo, cochino and marrano, and a suckling pig is called a lechón.
not to stereotype or anything, but every single guy that has offered me a ride has the word 'lech' dripping from their eyes.
As many of you doubtlessly know, getting your foot in the door is the hardest part of becoming a drug-addled, world-weary, bourgeois lech with a ballpoint pen for a cock and the world's ear as your toilet the rest comes surprisingly easy.
And so Hillary is no longer America's ultimate feminazi megabitch, Bill is no longer the nation's premier lech and pothead.
I may try it to see Whitford in his element though as a drunken lech.
Harry Hadden-Paton as Young Marlow is one moment a picture of paralysed inhibition, and the next a rampant lech pawing the ground like an impatient stallion.
I watched S1 and S2 but I always felt like a bit of an old lech, given the eye candy element.
“The story of the Jewish people begins with movement, ‘lech lecha,’” Alexenberg writes, “a journey away from the safely familiar towards adventuresome freedom.”
Bilu - "Bo 'Israel, lech u-va'"/"Come Israel, it is time to proceed."
In its way, though, wouldn't a move from "Obama's not even American" to "Obama is a lech" be a sign of evolution?