Definition funny of Wynch:

urban1. To flake out, be a no-show, dissapoint, or not come through for someone in some way 2. A person who does all of the above 3. the female version of pynch (very archaic, rarely if ever used in this sense)

urban"Is McNulty going to show or did he wynch out on us?" "He never called me back." "What a wynch." "My mom is being such a pynch!" "Incorrect: she is being a wynch." "What? That's not what wynch means!"


Books about Wynch:

booksA Journal of the Disasters in Afghanistan A Firsthand Account by One of the Few Survivors by Sale, Florentia Wynch... (Jan 2, 0002)

booksEnglish Gilds: The Original Ordinances of More Than One Hundred Early English Gilds: Together with E Olde Vsages... by Lucy Toulmin Smith and Lujo Brentano (Jan 11, 2014)

booksReport of the trial in an action between William Vooght, plaintiff, and John Wynch, defendant, tried at Chelmsford... by Joseph A Dowling (1818)


Wiki information Wynch:

Charles Wynch
Cricket Player, Measured person, Athlete, Person

Charles George Wynch was an English cricketer. Wynch was a right-handed batsman, though his bowling style is unknown. He was born at Calcutta in the British Raj and was educated at Rugby School and Haileybury and Imperial Service College. Wynch made...

Alexander Wynch

Alexander Wynch was an English merchant, a career civil servant of the East India Company who became Governor of Madras.