The Collaborative International Dictionary
Tatch \Tatch\, n. [F. tache spot. See Techy.]
A spot or stain; also, a trick. [Obs.]
--Sir T. Elyot.
n. 1 (context obsolete English) A spot or stain. 2 (context obsolete English) A trick.
Usage examples of "tatch".
Veluet brought downe to the frame of the Settles or Benches, and fastened to the same with tatch Nayles of Golde, with bossed heades vppon a plaine Siluer Nextrule or Cordicell.
His legs were as tough as beams of ash-wood, and in his heart was the hunger of noble tatches and deeds.