The Collaborative International Dictionary
Pritch \Pritch\, n. [See Prick.]
A sharp-pointed instrument; also, an eelspear. [Prov. Eng.]
Pique; offense. [Obs.]
Etymology 1 n. 1 (context UK dialect obsolete English) A sharp-pointed instrument. 2 (context UK dialect obsolete English) An eelspear. 3 (context UK dialect obsolete English) pique; offence Etymology 2
vb. (context transitive English) To pierce or make holes in.
Usage examples of "pritch".
I had about an hour or so left in which to produce twenty inches of copy for Pritch, so I set the files aside and began sifting my notes to find a starting place.
There had to be a reason behind it, more valid than the theory Pritch had advanced.