Common misspellings for latch:
lach, qtchi, sutch, waatch, eatch, leath, cetch, ziltch, weatch, saatchii, deatch, luchy, vauch, bartch, watcha, lumch, flitch, lanuch, datch, healtch, weltch, loanch, lacth, lwhich, cultch, chatch, tatch, loach, lanch, luach, clitch, leache, whatch, clatch, atch, wtach, ceatch, yatch, sloutch, lsuch, layshe, lusch, waltch, layshay, filatio, laaugh, blach, matcha, lutch, caatch, lerch, flach, mattch, lashy, letcher, lauch, seatch, deattch, relauch, lybch, ttach, shetch, lanche, cattch, waych, caitch, fatch, lachey, cltch, leche, luanch, lauph, lettche, latche, laogh, mmatch, wartch, natcho, larth, taech, whatchu, watchi, litch, galch, lmatch, catcha, gatch, dultch, wattch, largh, attch, laroche, latchs, natch, lauth, whatcha, maatch, louch, lathy, laucher, laigh, laith, woatch, learch, cletch, fletch, latio, lych, valchur, patch, oatch, lztch, lstch, lwtch, lqtch, lagch, laych, la6ch, latxh, latvh, latfh, latdh, latcg, latcb, latcn, latcj, latcu, latcy, klatch, lkatch, platch, lpatch, olatch, loatch, lzatch, laztch, lsatch, lastch, lwatch, lawtch, lqatch, laqtch, laftch, latfch, lagtch, latgch, laytch, latych, la6tch, lat6ch, la5tch, lat5ch, latxch, latcxh, latvch, latcvh, latcfh, latdch, latcdh, latcgh, latchg, latcbh, latchb, latcnh, latchn, latcjh, latchj, latcuh, latchu, latcyh, latchy, ltch, lath, latc, altch, ltach, lathc, llatch, laatch, lattch, latcch, latchh, match, lctch, latsh, latkh, latgh, latah, latbh, latcx, latcl, latci, l atch, la tch, lat ch, latc h.
Definition of latch:
- fasten with a latch; " latch the door"
- To smear; to anoint.
- To fasten with a latch.
- To secure or fasten with a catch.
- That which fastens or holds; a lace; a snare.
- A movable piece which holds anything in place by entering a notch or cavity; specifically, the catch which holds a door or gate when closed, though it be not bolted.
- A latching.
- To catch so as to hold.
- To catch or fasten by means of a latch.
- A catch for a door or gate, often not requiring a key.
- A catch for a door.
- A small piece of iron or wood to fasten a door.
- A small bar of iron or wood moving on a pivot, used for fastening a door, and raised by a handle or string.