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ECHE is a horizontally symmetrical word. More symmetrical terms!

Eche is sometimes a misspelling of edge.

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Definition of the adjective eche

What does eche mean as an attribute of a noun?

adjective

  1. [obsolete] Eternal; everlasting.

Definition of the verb eche

What does eche mean as a doing word?

verb - inflections: eched | eching | eches

  1. [transitive, obsolete] To increase or enlarge.

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Google previewSelections from the Works of the British Classical Poets from Shakespeare to Shelley ... (1861)

by Maria Mary Marinack

cried the Crows; Eche is a beggar wight: Look up to us, and see our state; Our house's lofty height. “We look into the beamy skies, While you through hedges wade: We gaze upon the morning sun, While ye are lost in shade. “Poor imps, depart ...

Google previewThe Monthly Epitome (1802)

“Poor humble creatures,” cry'd the Crows, “Eche is a beggar wight; 'Look up to us, and see our state, 'Our houses ...

Google previewWorks. The Text Carefully Restored According to the First Editions (1867)

With Introductions, Notes Original and Selected, and a Life of the Poet by William Shakespeare

* Eche is an old form of eke, found in Gower and Chaucer. Of course the meaning is, eke out. H. gives Pericles a Letter: Pericles shows it to Simonides ; SC. V. 327 PRINCE OF TYRE. ACT III. ...

Google previewThe Works of Peter Pindar, Esq. [pseud.] (1812)

To which are Prefixed Memoirs of the Author's Life by Peter Pindar

" cried the Crows ; " Eche is a beggar wight : Look up to us, and see our state ; Our house's ...

Google previewAn Account of the most remarkable places and curiosities in Spain and Portugal (1749)

by Udal ap RHYS

Eche is a small Town, about Two Leagues to the South-west of Alicant, and about as far from the Sea. It was a Colony of the Romans, and called Illice; and the Bay, Sinusjllz'citanus. There remains still an old Roman Tower, called Calaloorra, ...

Google previewThe Works of Peter Pindar, Esq (1801)

by Peter Pindar

Poor humble creatures," cry'd the Crows, " Eche is a beggar wight ; " Look up to us, and fee our state, " Our houses lofty hight. " We look into the beamy skies, " While you through hedges wade ; We gaze upon the morning fun, " While ye are ...

Google previewTears and Smiles: a miscellaneous collection of poems. By Peter Pindar Esq (1802)

by Peter Pindar

Poor humble creatures," cry'd the Crows, “ Eche is a beggar Wight; “ Look up to us, and see our state, “ Our houses' lofty hight. -“ We look into the beamy skies, “ While you through hedges wade; “ We gaze upon the morning sun, “ While ye are ...

Google previewThe Works of Peter Pindar (1802)

by Peter Pindar

“Poor humble creatures,” cry'd the Crows, “Eche is a beggar wight; “Look up to us , and see our state, “Our houses lofty hight, w “We look into the beamy skies, “ While you through ho wade; -4 oš. upon the morning sun, “While ye are lost in ...

Google previewThe Works of Peter Pindar, Esq. With a Copious Index (1816)

To which is Prefixed Some Account of His Life by Peter Pindar

Poor humble creatures,' cry'd the crows, ' Eche is a beggar wight; Look up to us, and see our state, Our houses lofty hight. ' We look into the beamy skies, While you through hedges wade; We'gaze upon the morning sun, While ye are lost in ...

Google previewThe Complete Works of William Shakespeare: Pericles. Kinsmen. Venus & Adonis (1894)

by William Shakespeare

Eche is an old form of elize, found in Gower and Chaucer. Of course the ...

Google previewThe Gentleman's Magazine (London, England) (1827)

Mettevier here observes, that Poo, or Poo-leh, is the name formerly given to Cromlechs in these islands ; that, in the topographical nomenclature, Lech or L/ eche is a flat stone or horizontal impost ; and that pook is a heap or small stack, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Old English Language (1878)

by Francis Henry Stratmann

eche see ache. eche, A.Sax. êce, eternal, Мат. 19, ...

Google previewA Concise Dictionary of Middle English from A.D. 1150 to 1580 (1888)

by Anthony Lawson Mayhew, Walter William Skeat

Eche, adj. each, S, S2, W.; aelche, S, MD ; elc, MD, S; elch ...

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Scrabble value of E1C3H4E1

The value of this 4-letter word is 9 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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