a town in SE Staffordshire, in central England, N of Birmingham: birthplace of Samuel Johnson.
a city in central England, in SE Staffordshire: cathedral with three spires (13th-14th century); birthplace of Samuel Johnson, during whose lifetime the Lichfield Group (a literary circle) flourished. Pop: 28 435 (2001)
Licitfelda (c.710) “Open Land near Letocetum” (Celtic place name meaning “gray wood”) + Old English feld.
noun 1. a roofed gate to a churchyard under which a bier is set down during a burial service to await the coming of the clergyman. /lɪtʃ/ noun 1. a variant spelling of lych gate
/ˌlaɪˈtʃiː/ noun 1. a variant spelling of litchi
noun 1. a large stone on which to rest a coffin momentarily at the entrance to a cemetery.
[likht] /lɪxt/ noun, adjective, verb (used with or without object), adverb, Scot. 1. 1 . /lɪxt/ noun, adjective, verb 1. a Scot word for light1 , light2