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- n. Alternative form of rach.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See ratch.
- An obsolete form of reach.
- An obsolete assibilated form of rack.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
In fact, the German word “rache” (meaning revenge) is written in blood in a corner of the room.
February 3rd, 2007 at 3:06 pm rache loves spudge_boys ass says:
February 3rd, 2007 at 1:52 pm rache loves barfly says:
‘Cross the rhaine,’ they shouted out, ‘cross the rhaine, and coom within rache:’ but the other mongrel Britons, with a mongrel at their head, found it pleasanter to shoot men who could not shoot in answer, than to meet the chance of mischief from strong arms, and stronger hearts.
"She can lave a note half turned up in the air, and go off and lave it, and ye'd think she'd forgot where she left it, but never a fear o 'ma, two days afther she'll rache up for it and bring it down and slip off into the choon agin, nate as nate."
"She can lave a note half turned up in the air, and go off and lave it, and ye 'd think she'd forgot where she left it, but never a fear o' ma, two days afther she 'll rache up for it and bring it down and slip off into the choon agin, nate as nate."
And a rich Irish brogue responded: "Ut's thim black hathen that'll be goin 'over the line in a bunch av I can git widin rache av thim wid me two hands."
"'Tis likely that he will av ye stand widin rache of me two hands," agreed Pat.
"Oi wur afraid th 'litthle darlint would tumble off bafore ye could rache her," he said.
"How well you rache through an honest fince, you black pirate!" she shouted; but finding that harsh words had no effect, she took a convenient broom, and advanced to strike a gallant blow upon the creature's back.