Meaning of flitch
Pronunciation: (flich), [key]
- the side of a hog (or, formerly, some other animal) salted and cured: a flitch of bacon.
- a steak cut from a halibut.
- a piece, as a board, forming part of a flitch beam.
- a thin piece of wood, as a veneer.
- a bundle of veneers, arranged as cut from the log.
- a log about to be cut into veneers.
- cant2 (def. 8).
- to cut into flitches.
- to assemble (boards or the like) into a laminated construction.
- flitch (Thesaurus)