ketch

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Englisch - Englisch
Eye dialect spelling of catch

Run, nigger, run, de patrollers will ketch you.

A fore and aft rigged sailing vessel with two masts, main and mizzen, the mizzen being stepped forward of the rudder post
To hang

I'll ketch you; I'll hang you.

{n} a large heavy ship, an executioner
Catch
a sailing vessel with two masts; the mizzen is forward of the rudderpost
A sailboat similar in appearance to a yawl with a tall main mast and a shorter mizzen mast ahead of the rudder post
Class: ~ Details: A small, two masted or cutter rigged vessel, generally a shallow water vessel
Rare. To hang
Disagreeable clause in boat-purchase contract
{i} small two-masted sailing ship (Nautical)
A fore and aft rigged sailing vessel with two masts, main and mizzen, the mizzen being stepped forward of the rudder post. cf. yawl
A two-masted sailboat with the smaller after mast stepped ahead of the rudderpost
See Jack Ketch
A sailboat with two masts The shorter mizzen mast is aft of the main mast, but forward of the rudder post A similar vessel, the yawl, has the mizzen mast aft of the rudder post
A hangman
An almost obsolete form of vessel, with a mainmast and a mizzenmast, usually from one hundred to two hundred and fifty tons burden
A ketch is a type of sailing ship that has two masts. A two-masted fore-and-aft-rigged sailing vessel with a mizzenmast stepped aft of a taller mainmast but forward of the rudder. a small sailing ship with two masts (Probably from catch)
To catch
– A two-masted, fore-and-aft rigged sailing ship in which the mizzenmast is shorter than the mainmast and is placed forward of the helm
A two-masted sailing vessel with smaller aftermast stepped forward of the sternpost
To catch. - substandard spelling
a small sailing boat
Jack Ketch
the devil
Jack Ketch
a public executioner
Jack Ketch
the gallows
Jack Ketch
death
Jack Ketch
{i} (British Slang) hangman, public executioner
jack ketch
A public executioner, or hangman
Türkisch - Englisch
(Askeri) ketch
ketch

    Türkische aussprache

    keç

    Aussprache

    /ˈkeʧ/ /ˈkɛʧ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'kech ] (noun.) circa 1649. See catch

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