wich


From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

wich \wich\ (w[i^]ch), n.
   A variant of 1st wick.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

wick \wick\ (w[i^]k), or Wich \Wich\ (w[i^]ch), n. [AS. w[imac]c
   village, fr. L. vicus. In some names of places, perhaps fr.
   Icel. v[imac]k an inlet, creek, bay. See Vicinity, and cf.
   Villa.]
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   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.
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   2. (Curling) A narrow port or passage in the rink or course,
      flanked by the stones of previous players.
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