Definition of titch noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary



BrE BrE//tɪtʃ//
; NAmE NAmE//tɪtʃ//
(British English, informal, often humorous)
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used as a way of talking about or addressing a very small person Word Origin1930s: from Little Tich, stage name of Harry Relph (1868–1928), an English music-hall comedian of small stature. He was given the nickname because he resembled Arthur Orton (1834-98), the English butcher who returned to England from Australia in 1866 claiming to be heir to the Tichborne estate.