Natch

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Natch năch The rump of beef; esp., the lower and back part of the rump.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • natch A dialcetal form of notch.
    • n natch The buttocks or rump.
    • n natch In mining, a small hitch or dislocation, as of a coal seam.
    • n natch The junction of two rails where the rails are out of level or out of line.
    • n natch Same as nautch.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Natch nach (prov.) the rump.
    • n Natch nach a provincial form of notch.
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Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
OF. nache, fesse, LL. natica, from L. natis, the rump, buttocks. Cf. Aitchbone

Usage

In literature:

When the boat arrived at Natches, a rather good-looking, genteel-appearing man came on board to purchase a servant.
"Clotelle" by William Wells Brown
When the boat arrived at Natches, a rather good-looking, genteel-appearing man came on board to purchase a servant.
"Clotelle: a Tale of the Southern States" by William Wells Brown
She was taken possession of, and proved to be the Natches, of four hundred tons burden, fully loaded with cotton.
"Tom Cringle's Log" by Michael Scott
Somethin' has jus' natch'ly done sperrited 'em away.
"The Little Colonel" by Annie Fellows Johnston
I lives wid 'em and one niece in Natches I live with some.
"Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States" by Work Projects Administration
A grand Solemnity, called Natche, in Honour of the King's Son, performed.
"A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Vol. 15 (of 18)" by Robert Kerr
De beaux come natch'ul.
"The Voice of the People" by Ellen Glasgow
Then the damn cuss just natch'ally vanished.
"Molly McDonald" by Randall Parrish
Everybody had been a hero, natch, and they were all very unbashful about admitting it.
"Four-Day Planet" by Henry Beam Piper
Ef I ax fer er million er money, hit 'u'd be 'cause I'd natch'ly want ter quit work, an' dat's erg'in' his law.
"Standard Selections" by Various
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In news:

The Jan/Feb issue of Playboy — the one with devil-eyed Tara Reid falling out of her top on the cover of the mag's, natch, " massive double issue " — has a feature on grooming : "A Cut Above.
Cheri Swoboda, a former staffer at Foodday and caramel-maker extraordinaire, now makes a version studded with roasted hazelnuts (Oregon-grown, natch), in addition to her original and chocolate flavors.
Because of this odd condition he has incredible typing skills (natch) and a mostly female fan club.
(We got that from Wikipedia, natch.
Skyfall' has become a monster hit, and is on track to be the most successful Bond film of all time (unadjusted, natch), as it's already crossed $100 Million domestically, is over half a billion worldwide, and shows no signs of stopping.
The coal industry seems to be taking an ever-greater interest in children—not their future, natch, but what they're coloring.
That energy rarely let up, even for scream -baiting love ballads such as "Cover Girl" (about inner beauty, natch).
But students won't graduate with Yale degrees, natch.
The Toshiba Tall Ships Festival pulls out the cannons -- for show and pomp, natch -- in Dana Point from Friday, Sept 7 through Sunday, Sept 9.
When you skyrocket to fame by proclaiming that you brush your teeth with a bottle of Jack Daniel's (after waking up feeling like P. Diddy, natch), it can prove difficult to convert meme fandom into a.
A creepy, pulpy story of small-town secrets and scientific experiments gone, natch, horribly awry.
Apricots: Beta-carotene Figs: Calcium Mangoes: Vitamins Apples: Fiber Oranges: Vitamin C ('natch).
The most experienced going first, natch when class sizes are increased to sixty.
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