[feesh] /fiʃ/

See microfiche, ultrafiche

1949, “slip of paper, form,” from French fiche “card, index card, slip, form,” from Old French fichier “to attach, stick into, pin on,” from Vulgar Latin *figicare, from Latin figere “to fix, fasten” (see fix (v.)). Sense of “card, strip of film” is a shortening of microfiche (1950).


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