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Definition of Wich

Wich
Wick Wick, or Wich Wich, n. [AS. w[=i]c village, fr. L. vicus. In some names of places, perhaps fr. Icel. v[=i]k an inlet, creek, bay. See Vicinity, and cf. Villa.] 1. A street; a village; a castle; a dwelling; a place of work, or exercise of authority; -- now obsolete except in composition; as, bailiwick, Warwick, Greenwick. --Stow. 2. (Curling) A narrow port or passage in the rink or course, flanked by the stones of previous players.
Wich
Wich Wich, n. A variant of 1st Wick.

Meaning of Wich from wikipedia

- the term '-wich town', derived from the anglo-saxon suffix -wic signifying 'a dwelling or fortified place', refers to a settlement in
- wich (1310 am , 'personality radio') is a radio station licensed to serve norwich, connecticut . communications and licensed to wich, inc
- selected works : wich. , wichura, max ernst. references : external links : http://www. mendelweb. org/mwolby. html mendel, mendelism and genetics
- jessica wich (born 14 july 1990 in kronach ) is a german football striker . she currently plays for 1. ffc frankfurt . career: wich began her
- which wich? superior sandwiches is an american fast casual restaurant chain specializing in sandwich es and salads. it has its
- dj wich (real name tomáš pechlák) is a dj who works the czech and slovak hip hop scenes. he started djing in 1998. history
- wich stand was a 1950s style coffee shop with a tilting blue roof and a 35-foot spire. one of its three locations is now simply wholesome
- sah-wich-ol-gadhw was a 19th-century leader of the willow people , an offshoot of the duwamish tribe of native americans near seattle ,
- malbank) ( 1125 – 1176)date january 2013 was a norman landowner who was the third baron of wich malbank, now known as nantwich , in cheshire .
- timber bridge known as the wich bridge is first mentioned at the end of the 14th century; it is described as having a chapel and shops on it.