[l_ˈɛ_tʃ], [lˈɛt͡ʃ], [lˈɛt‍ʃ]

Definitions of Letch:

  1.   See Leach.
  2.   To separate, as an alkali from ashes by percolation.
  3.   Strong desire; passion. ( Archaic).
  4.   To wash, as ashes, to separate the alkali.
  5.   A tub or vat in which to make lye by causing water to pass through wood ashes in order to separate the alkali.
  6.   man with strong sexual desires

Antonyms for Letch:

celibacy, Frigidness, nausea, hatred, aversion, distaste, frigidity, revulsion, disinclination, nonchalance, dislike, repulsion, allergy, repugnance, chastity, insouciance, abstinence, disfavor, loathing, apathy, Averseness, Disliking, unconcern, indifference, abhorrence, abomination, disgust.