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Welch

[welch, welsh] /wɛltʃ, wɛlʃ/
noun
1.
James, born 1940, U.S. poet and novelist.
2.
Joseph Nye, 1890–1960, U.S. trial lawyer.
3.
Robert, Jr. 1899–1985, U.S. candy manufacturer: founder of the John Birch Society 1958.
4.
William Henry, 1850–1934, U.S. medical pathologist and educator.
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British Dictionary definitions for w h welch

welch

/wɛlʃ/
verb
1.
a variant spelling of welsh
Derived Forms
welcher, noun

Welch

/wɛlʃ/
adjective
1.
an archaic spelling of Welsh1
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Word Origin and History for w h welch

welch

v.

1857, racing slang, "to refuse or avoid payment of money laid as a bet," probably a disparaging use of the national name Welsh. Related: Welched; welching.

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w h welch in Medicine

Welch (wělch, wělsh), William Henry. 1850-1934.

American pathologist and bacteriologist who discovered the bacteria that causes gas gangrene.

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