As an adjective letchy
As a noun letch is
(archaic) strong desire; passion or letch
can be a stream or pool in boggy land or letch
can be .
As a verb letch is
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
See (lech), (lecher).
(archaic) Strong desire; passion.
(informal) Someone with an overly strong sexual desire.
- Some people have a letch for unmasking impostors, or for avenging the wrongs of others. — De Quincey.
From loec'' - later ''lache'', variant ''letch - for example Sandy's Letch located east of Annitsford in Northumberland.
A stream or pool in boggy land.