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fitché

Syllabification: fitch·é
Pronunciation: /ˈfiCHˌā
 
/
(also fitchy or fitched)

Definition of fitché in English:

adjective

Heraldry
(Of a cross) having the foot extended into a point.

Origin

late 16th century: from French fiché, past participle of ficher 'to fix'.

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