Fur-lined garment; also a woollen or leather garment. [< late OldEngl. pylce = cloak < Lat. pellis = skin] -

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  • Pilch — or PILCH may refer to: * Hartmut Pilch (born 1963), interpreter, translator, software developer * Herbert Pilch (born 1927), German linguist * The Public Interest Law Clearing House ( PILCH ), an independent, not for profit legal referral service …   Wikipedia

  • Pilch — ist der Name von Adalbert Pilch (1917–2004), österreichischer Maler und Graphiker Adam Pilch (1965–2010), polnischer Geistlicher der evangelisch lutherischen Kirche, Militärgeistlicher und Oberst der Polnischen Streitkräfte Herbert Pilch (* 1927) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Pilch — Pilch, n. [AS. pylce, pylece, LL. pellicia. See {Pelisse}, and {Pelt} skin.] A gown or case of skin, or one trimmed or lined with fur. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Pilch — Pilch, so v.w. Siebenschläfer …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • pilch — /pilch/, n. an infant s wrapper worn over a diaper. [bef. 1000; ME pilche a kind of outer garment, OE pylece < ML pellicia a furred garment, L pellicea, fem. of pelliceus of skins, hides, deriv. of pellis a skin] * * * …   Universalium

  • Pilch — Le nom désigne en polonais le loir et les animaux voisins. On le trouve aussi en anglais où, comme Pilcher il évoque un marchand de garnitures en fourrure (sens qui doit être le même en polonais) …   Noms de famille

  • Pilch — Any coarse outer garment worn for warmth, 18th century …   Dictionary of the English textile terms

  • Pilch — This unusual and interesting surname is of Anglo Saxon origin, and is either an occupational name for a maker or seller of pilches, or a nickname for a habitual wearer of one of these. A pilch was a kind of coarse leather garment with the hair or …   Surnames reference

  • pilch — noun a covering put over an infants diaper to prevent outer clothes from getting wet It used to be the fashion to put a second thick covering or pilch over the napkin to keep the outer clothes from wet; but this is by no means healthy, as it over …   Wiktionary

  • pilch — m III, DB. a; lm M. y → popielica w zn. 2 …   Słownik języka polskiego

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